Hotel Capo San Vito
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... the Captain once again announced the sailing conditions. Although much brighter, but far from normal seas, I felt compelled to give the wristbands for seasickness a try. After a beautiful dinner of goats cheese soufflé with garlic cream sauce, crispy baked chicken and a show in the club lounge, I slept like a baby to the gentle rock of the ship, nursing my wristbands as I ...
Nataly drops us off in Marsala for a couple of hours. Marsala is built around a photogenic Baroque old quarter of churches, palazzi and tabacceria. It's noted as the starting point of Garibaldi's war to unite Italy as one nation in 1860 and for its sweet wine, that we never manage to taste for ...
... are on offer from various stands, though our
choices are gone by 9.30pm. Participants buy a voucher for €10 to
exchange for a dish of couscous, a dessert and glass of wine. A local
band play Sicilian accordion favourites in Piazza Marinella and we get
roped into dancing. It's all good spirited, a late-night family event of
... seafood) or with a 'Norma' sauce (aubergine, tomato and ricotta). By evening, with Tempuri Capuna still underway, San Vito is less crowded as the visitors head back home to work in their campervans. It's a brief calm before the next festival.
A hot wind – the sirocco – blows in from Africa. In mid-summer it can raise temperatures here to 50ºC. Now, in the mid-30s, it's 10 degrees higher than usual. ...
The climate is so dry that the trees have turned to autumn rust through lack of water and sunburn rather than loss of chlorophyll. Castellamare del Golfo is a ghost town on a Saturday afternoon. The beach below the square is half in shade. A stray dog explores its patch. Young girls play on the steps. Washing hangs to dry. The restaurants are deserted. An empty pizza box rests on a shelf.