UNA Golf Hotel Cavaglia
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... but I have yet to try a gelato better than Hunter Belle's ? This afternoon we start our official Food & wine tour with aperitifs & dinner......... & what a lovely night it was. Our tour guide Rob, a winemaker from Margaret River WA seems like a great guy & full of local knowledge. Our other member of our tour is Susan from Ballina. Think it's going to be a fun week.Had a beautiful dinner at a very special restaurant. Great ...
... was shining once again we we cam out so we found ourselves wandering the streets of this Grand Old city so beautiful. Torino was actually the first Capital city of Italy A lite lunch & beer & we'll catch up with the Chooks again tonight for a birthday dinner. Happy Birthday my darling Geoff ...
... the raft! OUCH! So cold!
We paddled hard as instructed, "Forte!" and dropped again. We had to climb out of the boat and walk along the rocks as the next falls were much too dangerous to endure. We got back in the boat and paddled some more. There was another boat close by so we started splashing each other with the paddles! We cheered as they paddled away. HAHAHA!
I looked down. The water was so clear, I could see the bottom. Apparently there ...
... didn't stay quiet for long and I think it may have thought itself to be a rooster based on the early morning wake up calls! And then there were the church bells. We've already reasoned that Italy is working to its own clock and this church bell was definitely no different. For a few hours each day we'd get the typical hourly and half hourly chimes, then at random times we'd get a repertoire of single and even chorus like chimes - like at 11:04, 11:17, ...
I have looked forward to seeing Italy since I was a small child. In fact, one of my first mis-truths was telling a good friend that I had had a quick jaunt there during the term break. He believed me for several hours before the story unravelled and was quickly amended to "you must have misheard me, I mean I am going there in the next term break". Whether I was caught out on that mis-truth (the word lie seems a bit harsh) I am not sure - I figured it ...