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... if you err on the polite and hug the right hand side of your lane you will share it with every other vehicle passing, pushing you further and further into the curb.
There are three positions that the average Italian driver will sit on whilst driving on a 2 lane motorways
1 – Far left in the fast lane
2 – far right in slow lane
3 – most often than not riding the dividing line – Just in case ...
... good and gave us a quick view of the main sights. We then had a wander and look at the shops with a drink at a bar and a chance to check emails, Facebook etc. before heading back to the ship. Being on the second dinner setting at 9pm means we can go to the show at 7.30. On the first night this was an 007 James Bond theme review with singing, dancing and acrobats. Very good show. In Palermo on night 2 we were at the Opera ...
... and I hope the photos turn out. I love ports, the activity on the water and always for me the arriving and leaving of ports is the best part of a cruise.
And of course we are soon to say good bye to the sun, but hopefully not tomorrow. What we do have to remember is that our clock goes back an hour tonight as Italy reverts to standard time. Good for us because we slept in this morning and caused Lois and Larry to wait around for for ...
... and cazzilli (potato and cheese croquets). We were able to go into the kitchen area and check out the arancini making process. The panelle was a little bit like a potato scallop. The arancini was delicious and was coloured with saffron - some places colour the rice with tomato but this overpowers the flavours of the meat and vegetable filling. Tomato of course is a much cheaper process than saffron. We called into a church and Marco explained the history of the patron saint ...
... It was a cool experience though being out in the rain. We stopped by a cafe and got a canola and a "Sette Velize cake", they were very delicious. The host lady took us out to her favorite restaurant and I had a Sicilian style pizza and panini, which I later figured out was cow liver. We walked around but it started raining again so we went to bed.
The next day we went to the port and I got some sausage. It was the best food I had had yet. After that ...