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Travel Blogs from San Bartolomeo al Mare
... by, pointing, smiling, they don't care if you can't speak the language they just chat away to you anyway. The one thing that's tough, everyone smokes, everywhere you go cigarette smoke is blown over you, young, old they are all puffing away makes you wonder how the have this long life expectancy - maybe this is all down to attitude!!
Looks like the clouds have blown away and we are in for some great blue sky days and a bit of swimming time.
... house in the hills surrounded by olive trees and a small orchard. Sue presses her own olive oil that is so good I could just drink straight from the jug. There are homemade preserved lemons, pickled garlic, preserves the list goes on and on. We cook in an outdoor oven or a homemade brick BBQ. My favourite on the first evening, a delicious Parmagarno, the days that follow, meals just roll out like 5 star menus;
Ø A Taste of the ...
Great seaside village would have lots to offer if staying for awhile. Just one night. Arrived 12.30 had lunch walked the Main Street, waited in beach girls the rain yo stop and walked back for nonno nap. Accomadation at Albergo La Pineta, is good, nice room, staff and great views. Evening was spent walking back to one of many eating places. Few drinks were had and then back to rest for tomorrow's adventure, back into ...
... had to actually drive through the streets of San Remo which was just mental. Drivers just go when they want and the moped riders seem to have a death wish. Jess was driving so it was fun to her and she just had to adapt to their way of driving or we would still be sitting at an intersection waiting to get out. We got to our campsite and it was the priciest one we have stayed at yet and it is a very odd site, completely ...
... the sea. Soon enough we got to Italy and there was more of the same, I hadn't realised the coastline was so rugged in this area. We had a stop at a rest area for our lunch and it was a really nice set up. It was high on the hills and had terraced areas with picnic benches looking down to the sea so we sat up there and had a nice lunch Jess whipped up for us. Then on to our campsite where the vans are really packed in tight. For some reason in this ...
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