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... Italian politics and way of life, we walked the little town and looked in some shops. We drove back to the house and checked out "The Olive Garden" or olive groves on the Turano property. The youngest tree was planted in 1905 and the rest are between 300-400 years old! At night we went to Cesare and Gina's house for an outdoor dinner (starting at 9:30 PM!), and once again, relaxed and enjoyed the fresh mountain air. I can definitely get used to ...
... The mayor of Castrolibero and a local priest were among the guests. One of Tony's cousins is a forensics police officer and he was telling us some crazy stories. It was fascinating! Tomorrow is our last day in the south and we have a full day planned. I almost don't want to go to Rome; I could spend the whole summer right ...
Today was the reason my family came to Italy! We met friends and relatives of my mom's, including my 87 year old great aunt Marietta who cried happy tears when she saw us. They are all such warm, loving people; they instantly hug you tightly and make you feel like you're home. We toured my dad's hometown and saw the house he grew up in. He knows the people who currently live there so we were able to go inside and look around to try and visualize what it looked like when ...
... and started the 6 hour drive to Calabria. It was a beautiful drive, especially through the mountains, though I held my breath more than a few times as we zipped around the narrow roads! My dad enjoyed telling little stories along the way as much as we loved hearing them. Well, at least when I wasn't napping! Upon our arrival, we had a huge feast made for us by ...
Wednesday 13th May
There are three national parks heading south towards the toe of Italy and we can only find one campsite between them all. We took the scenic road through the mountains hoping that we might stumble on one but with no luck. For as far as the eye can see, there are forest clad rolling hills with the occasional village perched on a rocky promontory.