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Our day began slowly as we had declared it a rest day. We shut all the shutters and our room was pitch black until we opened them at 8 am. This was a great sleep in. We had a leisurely breakfast of scrambled eggs, pesto and tomato. This was a treat after all our ham and cheese breakfasts. We then talked to our parents on vibes, caught up on some holiday journaling- it's really hard work to keep all our travel memories in order. We consider it our 'work'. A ...
... With my knowledge of french and portuguese combined, Im getting by. But dont ask me to talk, thats just a trainwreck. haha
I decided to visit rome for a few days once I leave the farm, before heading off to Germany for my next helpx adventure. Well thats all for now my friends.
The Girl with the Guitalele
PS the wine in the grocery stores is 3 euros here. I think I belong here. forever.
My husband and I spent 2 delightful days in Arezzo last June. We were celebrationg our 30th anniversary with a trip through Tuscany. We had arrived in Milan on Thursday, did a jet lagged tour of the duomo and slept thru the night. Friday morning we took the train to Arezzo to relax and get on Italian time. We stayed at the B&B Tarussio, a ...
... flowers from the same people who did David Bowie and Iman's wedding some years ago. Who would have thought! I have not seen a quote yet, ok they don't do quotes in this country, fingers crossed. Enza has helped organise a bunch of stuff with organising the wedding lunch at Casa Villa Grande, booking the Mayor for the ceremony and most importantly our wedding dinner at I Gelsi with Bifstekka ...
"People stop and stare. They don't bother me.
For there's no where else on earth that I would rather be.
Let the time go by, I won't care if I
Can be here on the street where you live."
(Alan J. Lerner and Frederick Loewe)
Although Lesly and I enjoy adventure (okay, some of you will dispute this – fair enough!), we also like some order to our lives ...