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... opposed to % of total population) there are more slaved people than ever before. Add to this the 60m refugees in the world today and you realise that perhaps we have not progressed as much as we would the like to think.
During our drive through the olive groves today we could see that harvest is well under way. Little tractors haul little trailers with basket loads of olives off for pressing into oil. Sadly we saw a huge shanty camp on ...
... a while annoyed by the phone towers and haze limiting photographic opportunities.Cannot believe how people managed to settle there. Still you were defendable from all and sundry up these steep hills. Motored back to la suite segesta which is terrific. Clean and spacious on a vineyard 2 k from temple and 4 k from village where we had lunch and attempted to have dinner. Dinner was a pizza and yummy cakes we bought ...
... to ask if it's grilled or battered and cooked to death. I didn't and it was. Too bad as the place was serving some wonderful looking dishes, my fault. Marsala is mostly known today as the home of Marsala wine and salt recovered naturally from the sea, we tasted the wine but passed on the salt. It's a small but beautiful historical area, we have attached a few photos. Frankly the heat detracted from the day. We were happy to catch the 5 pm train back. The shower felt ...
Just spent the day here on the beach. We rushed back to our room for some tight **** sardines, olives and wine for our lunch. A bus load of tourists were brought into the hotel next door, we enjoyed the music they were entertained with! Back to the beach for more swimming, reading and relaxing and ...
Found Selanunte. Booked in for three nights. 65 euros per night. Pretty cheap! Place is right along the beach front. We drove for most of the day so had a nap when we arrived. On the way we passed through some very strange towns. One was called Memfi. Was nothing like Memphis! Looked very poor and bedraggled! Bought some pane and Hebrys fav mortadella. I told him it's just ...