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Travel Blogs from Crotone
... worse by the minute. There was a marina that was just inside the walls but we had to avoid showing our papers. I gently put Orca into reverse to keep us clear of the shallows as the depth sounder was already reading 2.3m. At 1.9m we would go aground. Just as I was reversing the Frenchman called out "you can tie up alongside us if you want, but be careful of the rocks at our stern end, they go out a long way." After several attempts we were safely reefed ...
... me that they had both eaten two ice creams each while in town.
Sue was given the task of making sure that Orca's water tanks were always filled whenever we got the chance, this also reinforced with Sue that water on a boat is precious so after refilling the next morning we headed for a small port called Ciro another five hours sailing and the first time that Sue experienced sailing without the motor. We enjoyed a few hours just under sails before ...
Friday we explored more with the car and went to yet another little hill
town, Castiglione del Fiorente where it was market day. So much cheap,
but good quality Italian clothing to choose from! Shayna and I were very
good and only bought one item each, though we all added to the souvenir
collection and the time also came to buy an extra bag to get everything
... On the way to Umbria, we stopped at a restaurant called "Allegra Ristorante Sira". There we had a few courses. There was a baked potato, meat with tomatoes, and I finally tried risotto for the first time. It was a tasty rice dish. For dessert they gave us a small watery fruit bowl. It seems strange that fruit should be served as a dessert, but in Italy fruit is as sweet as sherbet. At this restaurant we also found that there are several different types of ...
... to him how to get there, sort of.
Spello is quite small, yet we spent at least two hours just ambling through the streets. The town is in the throes of its preparations for its annual festival, Le Infiorate and is covered in flowers. Apparently they lay flower tapestries on the streets and then there's a procession through it. It starts on Saturday evening and ends on Sunday so we'll definitely be aiming to catch some of that.
We ended up at ...