Best Western Hotel Dei Cavalieri
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Spent the day catching up on some much deserved rest. Got some sun and finished reading my book, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," by Maya Angelou. I only wish I had WIFI so I could communicate, it's been 3 days now. The ship offers WIFI but it costs $.75 per minute and an additional $4 to activate an account with them. I just keep hoping that we get access at the next port. I thought I should tell you a little about our ship. It is named the ...
14-16th. Leaving Pagani at 6am in the morning, we journeyed by bus to Bitonto, Italy where the national tree must be olive tree as the city was covered in them. In fact a third of olive oil exports came from this region. At the station we were met by Jono's friend, Giuseppe who was a man of many talents; a bboy owned his own dance studio, an artist and a dangerous man in his neighbourhood. He took us to eat a Pizzella (toasted ...
La Masseria Il Frantoio - Sabato a Lunedi, Marzo 17th 2014.
We can't believe how we have struck gold yet again. We struggled to find it but on the left, as we travelled north from Ostunia to Fasano, was the sign for La Masseria Il Frantoio. After a kilometre off the main road, we arrived at electric gates, announced our arrival through an adjacent internal phone and drove in. We were escorted to an ancient olive grove, provided with electricity and shown the ...
Earlier this week we have a dinner party with all of the Brothers and Sisters of the Assumptionists. Yes, we had nuns and priests over for dinner and they spoke a variety of languages ranging from Italian to French to English to Spanish. It was a ton of fun and they are all so friendly!
After this stressful week of midterms, we traveled 3 and a half hours (on the fast train) to the region of Puglia! We ...
... called the first people up. I was next in line and this Italian man just walked past me and went and stood behind them. I am now a well travelled tourist - when he turned around and I caught his eye I told him that there was a queue and he should get to the end of it. They make me laugh - he came back gesturing madly with his arms and pointing to a yellow line on the ground as if that meant something. I just told him to get to the back of the line. The young ...