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... as Emily and Pete who have very recently relocated themselves to the UK, I had of course upon hearing that they would be 'in the area' when I returned to Europe strongly suggested that the finding of jobs was not nearly so important as meeting a friend in Italy and travelling for a month and 3 countries with her - 2 weeks and 1 country were settled on and that is what saw us reuniting in Italy. The bus ride quickly passed in our fervent exchange of stories with no ...
... to get to know different people, but also to hear about the places they come from, their lives , careers etc. This is and educational and enriching experience. We then went off to the Showroom again to see an illusionist, Ruben Vilagrand perform. He was brilliant.
The ship once again was sailing though the night to reach Civitavecchia by around 6am Wednesday 30 July 2014. This port visit was to position us to be able to travel by bus to Rome for a visit.
... With that said, I was stuck going first every round. Guess what happened next? The parrots behind me copied my answers like they were cheating on an oral quiz. This would have been ok if Jason and I matched our answers in the second round, but we didn't. Not only did we not match our answers, but we didn't get a single question correct the rest of the game. We were way off. The highlight of the game came when I was asked Jason's favorite condiment. My ...
... wasn't too hungry so we just ordered the one pizza to takeaway and then went across the road to get some snacks and drinks for lunch the following day. We then headed straight back to the hotel to get in bed and eat our pizza. The pizza itself was incredible. Defiantly the best pizza I've ever had. I liked it that much I wanted to head out and get the same pizza again.
We headed straight to sleep after the pizza because we wanted tot make ...
... day we headed out to see the ruins of Pompeii. The train out there was an experience, not just from the scenery, but also from the 8 year old "accordion player", barely playing any notes and then walking sullenly from person to person, while at the end walking off the train with his mother. It was tough to watch kids being subjected to that kind of stuff, especially when they were doing this as opposed to being in school. The Pompeii ruins were fun to check out though. Almost ...