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Yo, well after a mammoth bus journey from Lima to Huancayo, some 298 km, which took 9hours 15 mins, I landed in my guesthouse at Hunacayo at 1am. IŽd already mailed them that iŽd be a late arrival so thankfully there was someone still up. And I collapsed into bed. But was up at about 8.30 all the same and after a nice bfast where I met up with 2 …
... It was not until the mid 1950's that 20,000 people were forcibly removed from the squalor and rehoused.
One of the "Sassi" rehoused in the 50's was the waiter at the campsite restaurant. His subsequent survival and good health turned out to be a major disappointment for Signor as he tried, unsuccessfully, in peace and quiet, to enjoy the local wine and delicacies with his dearly beloved.
The waiter had some English, having spent time ...
The road trip begins ... We left Rome in the morning and picked up our new Citroen for the next 3 months. Getting out of Rome in the autostrada was easy and so off to Matera via Napoli. Everything was smooth until we reached Matera where our sat nav found the old town and the Sassi too hard. If you GOOGLE Matera and the Sassi area you will understand. So we parked the car and walked into the old caves, and with the help of a friendly local signora who was walking her dogs, we ...
... people sold big leafy vegetables and cauliflower, oranges that were red inside, dried-out pomegranates and nuts of shells (for what?), and electronics.
-----Motorcycles sped through narrow alleys. Jewelry and the latest fashion were sold on main streets. There were many pizzerias. A stout, old gray-haired man yelled in a dialect that reminded me of a New York accent.
-----For a moment, I thought I might like to spend some time in Palermo. ...
... br> excess clothes and mum bought a top. After we finished at the markets we
drove back to Tresimeno Lake and had lunch at a pizza restaurant. After
lunch we caught a ferry to an island and looked around the small
village on the island and went for a walk along a bush walking track. We
also visited the church and lace museum. We had a great time and it was
really fun. J