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... length of the town in about 8 minutes. It was awesome. We walked through narrow winding alleys, until we came to a church on the edge of a cliff. The sea was crashing onto wet black rocks below. We had a good look around, then left to go to some ruins on yes another, cliff. We had a poke around, but by then it was getting quite late, and dark. As we were walking down some stairs, we saw bats! There were heaps of them flying around. Then. Walked back to ...
... But the wonder of Taormina is the Greek Amphitheater perched near the end of the peninsular . From the top rows you look straight at Mt Etna. That is, if it was visible. Today it is used for concerts etc., but it's easy to imagine it as it was all those years ago. There was a Carnival Cruise in port so there was a couple of thousand more visitors to contend with. We both need a new pair ...
... was still hilly but not as dramatic as earlier. There was farming, market gardens, olive groves, vineyards and goodness knows what else. After a lunch stop the road met the coast and there was some lovely little towns by the sea. We had made good time and reached the town of Villa San Giovanni, in the toe of Italy at 2.30. Buses, lorries, cars, all boarded the ferry which only took 15 minutes to cross to Sicily at the town of Messina. It ...
Today is our last port of call. After breakfast, we left the ship and negotiated for a private taxi to take us for the day. Our first stop was up to Mt Etna. It is the highest point in Italy and is still a very active volcano. What an experience. We took a cable car up to xx metres and then and 4 wheel drive bus to xx feet. Ice was present still and it was considerably colder on top of the volcano. Gases and steam were coming from the ground everywhere. At the ...
11th June Week 11, as planned, started with a long, early morning drive to the playground of the rich and famous - St Tropez. There was a camper stop we'd planned on staying, but on arriving it was clear this was not going to happen. There were enough signs to sink the greatest yacht, housed in the St Tropez harbour, telling us that anything over 1.9m high (that's us folks ...) couldn't get through the town centre, and to the camper stop. We parked up, luckily, as upon leaving there ...
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