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... Tony. Lots of locals were around enjoying church and their 'passagatas'. Anyway we went to our Emmeji friend who recharged our Ipad, printed some documents for us and sold us some cards. Very useful visit.
Then we drove to Locorotunda – recommended by Roberto who is running La Trullesa where we are staying. It was only about 10 minutes away and parking was sinchy for a change.
What a gorgeous surprise. It is ...
... village in Italy. Lots of nice home, views, alleyways etc. and it was more spacious, with easy parking and very much enjoyed by us both. We had lunch at what looked like a simple restaurant but it was very nice and looked like a cave inside. Orrieche with broccoli and breadcrumbs – very tasty and Grilled beef with rocket & cheese and salad. Every day we order just two courses and share it. Back home again. Lovely place but the internet is not working very well at all ...
... times, and only later discovered them! One example is a carved lion, on the Chapel of San Marco, a small deconsecrated church. The emblem is used as Venice's symbol too, and we searched high, but not low enough! We were looking for a grand church, but the doorway and lion are not much above head height. The most outrageously Baroque building of all is the Basilica di Sante Croce. Built between 1549 and 1689 it provided work for a huge team of stone carvers and cutters. That's ...
... believe it or not, never even had to add air. We carried our pumps for nothing!
We we also want to thank all of you for coming along virtually. Your prayers and comments, both encouraging and humorous, made it feel like we had company throughout.
Lastly, we want to our good Lord for preserving and protecting us on this adventure.
Thank you all.
Now we are coming home.
... I've ever had but it certainly wasn't the worst either and a small price to pay for travelling to Greece!
I was woken at the leisurely time of 9am by Dane who was standing over me with a coffee. We had the day to chill out on the boat until docking at 1pm at a port in Patra, Greece. It was apparent straight away that it was going to be harder to get around here than compared to other countries we'd visited thus far. The written language doesn't resemble anything ...