Hotel Fortino Napoleonico
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... they were sitting beside a Turkish wagon, guarded by an official with a hand gun, the vehicle driver was undoing the curtain sides on this trailer. The boys sat at the side dressed in just t shirts and trousers, they must have been frozen, they were about 16 or 17, Asian looking and looked very frightened. It's terrible that young people are so desperate to escape their own countries to find a better life. Their parents must be very scared for ...
... vans pull up into the main square to sell their wears. I enjoy looking around these markets, it was mostly clothes today, got myself a warm vest, think I will need it, the weather is becoming colder. No snow at this level yet, which is disappointing Liam. We could see some on the mountain tops, but it is snowing up North so it wont be long before he sees some.
We went for a stroll along Porto Recanati's beach front, a bit different to when we were here ...
We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
Life is good. Today we rode along the coast, most of it on a path just adjacent to the beach. After the last three days of hills our legs really appreciated the flat terrain. Clear blue skies with temperatures in the 70's are perfect for riding. We ended in ...
We needed to get to Zadar for 6am to catch the early morning ferry to Ancona. This meant a second attempt at sleeping all four if us in the van. This time George slept with Deb and I in the bed, with Ben in the hammock. Unfortunately we still had a terrible night's sleep, before getting up at five and trying not to wake the campsite up. Needless to say we were all a bit grotty, but cabins on the ferry meant we could relax ...