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... in Pizzo, Calabria - a town of seven thousand, with its old town built on narrow streets made of lava stone. For lunch, we ate: thick red spicy pepperoni on bread, olives, pasta with broccoli in a thick sauce of olive oil, and fat fillets of fish.
-----That evening, Enzo hosted a dinner party. Four men came. Drinking spumani and red wine, they discussed politics, corruption, the mafia. Enzo sounded smart. He calmly explained why the French ...
... So there is little to prevent crime from paying.
Tomorrow, we have another long haul, including a ferry crossing of the Messina Strait. We then have two fortnight stopovers ahead of us - Modica and Palermo. We had planned the longer stays at this stage of the journey, figuring that we might be slowing down a little. It is nice to have the absolute "veg out" day now and then and we feel that Sicily will give us that opportunity. Back again in a week or so.
... I think of...*Um it's really hot*Terraced hills with vineyards up them*Scorching sun and sun-baked stones*Sparkling sea and lots of boats*Its like your being baked*Churches and squished together houses*Its reallllly hot! Then we hopped on the boat, and went to the next village, Manarola.Dad said that this village apparently had the best gelato in Italy, so I was loving it already. We hopped off the wobbly boat, and walked up some stone steps, onto a ...
... Once inside the high concrete wall that ran around three sides of the port, we were protected from the very strong wind and increasingly building sea. To our surprise there was nowhere where we could tie up, only a couple of spaces that had nets left on the jetty. A Frenchman called to us from his boat saying "you cannot tie up there the fishing boats will be back soon." I was now starting to get concerned; we had to stay here as the weather ...
... were no bays that we could anchor in to protect us in the event of the wind getting up.
Sue's first night on the boat went well she slept very soundly and had to be woken for an early breakfast so that we could get under way. With Kathie on the lazy lines on the bow and Sue keeping us off the boat next to us we departed the forgettable town of Taranto. Sue had every medication that was imaginable to stop her from getting seasick, but the trip ...
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