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Awoke to rain and thunder and wind - crazy but so ok when there is no pressure to get anywhere fast :).
Quieter day with a nice long yoga and meditation to start. Then a visit with Mario in Castellino who we have come to know with our purchase of a new painting. Such a delightful person - great fun. And this will not be the end of visits with him and his son. Learned that an American had emailed him overnight wanting to purchase the painting we bought yesterday. ...
... and there is a map available showing roughly where they are, along with things like contact info and what facilities each farm can offer, for example, open at weekends, or whether they produce wine or oil. Luckily, we had one of these maps to choose the farm from, but we temporarily forgot we were in Italy and assumed that the information on the map would be accurate or up to date. You’d think we’d have learnt by now. Anyway, we found one that ...
... house up the hill from me.
We packaged up 10 bottles of red wine to take home. We didn't steal them, mind you; they were un-sellable bottles. Essentially -- and I did not realize all of the science there is surrounding wine, food, etc. -- if you continue the bottling and packaging process of a bottle of wine too quickly after the cork is initially inserted, the cork does not fully expand within the bottle, allowing air and micro bacteria to ...
... north and get out of Italy, I don't want to see Tuscany, I hate italy and will never travel there again.
So now we are not speaking and it's very thick the air, and so we just drive until it's dark and we pull into a carpark in some small town and park for the night.
In the morning I find a river just 6km's from us and so we move there and park up and get a coffee.
We are now just past Ferrara on the River Po.
The clouds rolled in this morning and the rain began just in time for us to make our way to the train station. We took the regional train from Riomaggiore to LaSpezia and then a train to Pisa Centrale and finally a train to Pisa Aeroporto where we picked up our rental car to begin our journey through Tuscany. Amazingly we made all the changes and didn't lose anyone or any valuables or luggage. Transportation ...