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... Tuscan produce. Excellent! I will attach some photos.
I am so glad that the rainy day came while we were travelling today. It appears it is much cooler here but calling for another lovely sunny day tomorrow so maybe we will get a few minutes to relax by this amazing pool!! Grant has gone very very quiet so I can only guess he has downloaded that book! Oh Dear! Book Widow again!
I added a few words to the Green ...
... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...
... of support I need to engage for a
sustainable next phase. I designed the unique and splendid wings to carry me
forward, and imagined myself soaring.
The outermost level, the feathers if you will, that which first comes in contact
with the world, is now being established as a “Gentle Surround”. The most
distinguishing feature is the Slow, Organic Pace, designed for one with a
sensitive body and open heart. It acts ...
... Just as we were starting to get our things together to go it started to rain with incredibly loud thunder. We held off heading into town in the hope that the rain would stop but it never did. We did make it into town eventually and had a nice meal. Kieran tried the local dish of wild boar. Nice meal but the serving sizes were to small and we both left still feeling hungry.
Siena is a lovely little spot. We are very ready for a new place and more exciting things to ...
... slowly. They were steep, plentiful and claustrophobic. We got part way and I decided to not - 'I don't like it Graeme.' I said defeatist. 'Don't worry its not far now. We can see the top!' His ever optimism charged back. I continued. As I got to 'the top' we both realised it wasn't the top after all, instead it was a smaller, tighter, much scarier part of the tower. After some anxious driven complaints I continued. Finally I reached the ...