Costa Brada Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... crossing from Ereikoussa, Greece, to Santa Maria de Leuca, Italy. This is my first light crossing this year. There is roughly 60 miles of Ionian Sea we must cross. The sun is just making its appearance, the sky is blue, and the sea just a little rippley. With my book in hand, my hat on my head, sunscreen applied, I flopped on the double-bunk topside, and began reading ... In about a half hour, Marina had my ...
... that made for an interesting drive! According to the lonely planet, this area was prone to earthquakes, not sure if this is why one whole side of loads of the massive two lane viaducts simply weren't there anymore... And the road had us crossing over to the other directions viaduct to cross it. Nick was convinced that they were just upgrading... However some you could see the road at the bottom of the ravine, and others were simply on a massive slope clearly ...
... to try one of the last poses being experimented with. I'm not sure if it was ego rearing its ugly head, fearing some sort of embarrassment, or a related lack of confidence demonstrating new asanas in front of a seasoned ashtanga practicing audience (even though the group was extremely sympathetic and encouraging). Or maybe it was simply because it was our last official session and we would be going our separate ways the next day. Whatever the reason I found a lot of ...
... quaint but not to be lived in; a bit like English country cottages.
After Trulli we headed south again to Lecce where we booked into the 8puihotel, a very very modern hotel which is just fantastic. As the review which I looked at when I booked it said, "all hotels should be like this". It's both very modern and just works... We did have to move rooms to get an AC that did work but just down the ...
... technique used in Lecce, a small figurine can take 25 days to make. I found a fabulous shop (not a tourist shop) with really interesting papier mache figurines. I would have like to buy one but in true Italian style, the shop was closed for siesta. Everything closing for 2 to 3 hours in the middle of the day is a pain in the **** when you are only visiting a city/town for the day. This doesn't happen in the big cities (Rome, Venice etc) but Lecce ...