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... and an old fashioned in hand, plus a couple of tapas (see, we ate again!), we watched the sun go down over Rome. This is quite a fancy place and it was just as fun to watch the couples who had made this a destination date for dinner. There were surely some good stories among them.
Tomorrow is all travel; our flight is in the morning and we will take a taxi to the train station and a train to the airport and a plane to ...
... It's very sneaky and mischievous, reminding me of an important life lesson little innocent seven year old Steve got from Dad one cold winter morning. "Steve, **** *****es, get money. Do it while you can, which wont be for long if your face keeps growing ugly." Kinder words never spoken.
Tonight is the birth of our new metaphor "doing the laundry". Leon tells us he needs to go put a load of washing on mid-sentence and leaves, he doesn't return for about forty ...
... this unknown desire we had to explore the world. It was around the time when Rachael finished University and moved up to the bustling metropolis of Dysart that we really started ticking off some places that we wanted to see.
Our first big overseas adventure was to Egypt, Jordan and Turkey. It was a 4 week holiday that took us to Africa for the first time and introduced us to some cultures that were so far displaced to ...
... night chatting away, just having a good laugh.
The clock hit midnight, and he looked down at his phone, to which a Faceobook message notification appeared… “Happy Birthday” he read out aloud, to which he looked up at me said “It’s my birthday right now and I almost forgot”. Suffice to say, another round of cocktails were ordered, and I was chuffed to be sharing the first few moments of his birthday with him.
We eventually called it a ...
... terracotta coloured buildings of the city.
Back down then to the Crypt where sarcophagi of popes reside. The earliest that we saw was from about 1200. Only a small section of this area is open for public viewing. St Peter's Tomb was very elaborate and is protected by glass.
While Jeff headed off on a 30km bike ride from Rome to the old Appian Way we three caught the bus to the very crowded Spanish Steps. As there were so many other tourists there ...