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... going back to a place you thought much of can be fraught with disappointment the second time around. San Gim is still a beautiful,.. very old town,.. that reeks of history and is crawling with bus loads of visitors from all over the globe,.. but isn't the San Gim we remembered and looked forward to re-visiting on this trip. We walked the streets on Thursday afternoon and Friday,.. saying goodbye on Saturday morning. Our next port of call is Volterra,.. some 30 odd Klms from San ...
... the scores were tied it went into extra time. Brazil eventually scraped past (although deservedly, they are the better team) on pebalties which was nerve racking. I hate nothing more than pebalties. When we got home I cleaned all of me and Nims part of the house, booked and researched a few thjnhs, had darts and tea with Nim, showered and packed. I am now in bed. I'm sorry I didn't do this earlier I was just doing so much! I love you, ...
... through and a roast chicken, which was nice; I haven't had roast chicken in a very long time. After that we all had pastries and green tea for dessert, sat around a while longer and then everyone went to bed. Me and Nim sat out the front of our apartment bit and had darts and read and then went to bed a bit early. I love you, ...
... wasn't raining, as there was minimal space indoors, and the tables were set up outside. Once the occupancy reached 24, the place was full. That was dealt with by setting up more tables and chairs, encroaching onto public open space, but no-one was the least bit bothered. The kitchen was tiny with the window open to provide fresh air. I popped up to take a photo and then we're being handed a plate of "tastes" through the window. Wonderful ...
... the Carmalites are thin on the ground in Italy, four priests had come over as missionaries from the very south of India, where the Carmalite faith has a strong following. Even though it was technically shut, one of the priests brought us into the church and gave us a guided tour, which very generous. His english was good, so we had a wide ranging discussion ...
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