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... Great Ocean Road. Mountains coming out of the sea with endless ravines sporting terraced orchards and villages clinging on for dear life. Then we climbed and climbed. A convoy of 50 seater coaches somehow negotiating narrow , winding roads through smaller and smaller villages. Civilisation abruptly ends above the line of destruction of the 1987 eruption. We drove for another 45 minutes through a bizarre ...
... did not feel very safe in the area. But the island was OK and beautiful in parts, had lunch and walked back to Hotel via the coast and main road which was a little better. 10.11.14 Siracusa Breakfast on level six, bacon and eggs on menu, yum. Walked across the road to the Archeological area which includes a Greek theatre. Cost €10 each, asked if the had a map, reply, "No map you can buy book." This meant from the shop keepers outside which we did. Walked in and were confronted ...
... in the Duomo with the fountain in front of it. The crowd was different from yesterday...no kids playing football, few families, babies and strollers. There were local folks mixed in with us until 10:30 when I spied the first tourist group behind a flag bearer. Lois was on a search for a sweet Sicilian pastry called cannoli at a pasticcerie. We found them, settled at a perfect people watching table on the stroll and had ...
... for your next visit to the "boot" of Italy.
The breakfast was great and even featured some fruit along with the usual pastries, yogurt, bread, cheeses and salamis. This morning the bread was hot out of the oven. If you are into cappuccinos they are offered at every breakfast. I'm a black coffee person so have had to find ways around this...as in adding just a bit of hot milk to the coffee. Today the coffee ...
This time last year, I didn't know anything about the Aeolian Islands. I'd known of Stromboli, but had only a very hazy idea of its location. And I'd not even heard of Lipari. My reason for considering Sicily as a possible destination during my long holiday can be entirely attributed to Montalbano, the quirky police series we stumbled upon on SBS a few years ago. It looked Meditteranean but a bit wilder and less touristy than France or Italy. I mentioned Sicily to Helen Drennen (my ...