Addaura Hotel Residence Congressi
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... my name, so she decided she would call me Riso. "Is Riso not rice?" I asked, she said "yes, but it also mean smile". I like that lol. She has a cat, Lulu, who is very old, has no teeth, and cannot really eat, or move. Today I mopped the floor and she didn't move and let me mop her face. Martino is a character, the day I arrived his computer had broken and he was very very stressed and later apologised. Otherwise he is generally just a bit crazy, ...
... and Lidos (paying beaches). Crowded beaches by the way with lots of vendors on the walkway, but also moving their 'shops' over the beach.
Around 5 we returned to our home here in Santa Flavia and had some drops on the way home. Just enough to clean the window, but not wet at all.
A short dive into the pool and then up to a restaurant in the harbour of the adjacent village to have day fresh fish for dinner and a nice ice-cream to close the day.
Johan / Hilde
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Cui va 'n Palermu e 'un vidi Murriali, si nni parti sceccu e torna armali.
English translation: Whoever goes to Palermo and doesn't see Monreale, goes there a jackass and returns a fool.
today was Palermo ...
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Woke up around 7.30 this morning and no worries any more about biking in 40 degrees over mountains and other elements. We handed in all the bike gear to the hotel manager and had breakfast around 8.30. what a luxury, no hurries to be out on the bike before it gets too warm. From the hotel we took a tax to the airport to get our car. Another painful Sicilian experience. The voucher says to meet in the arrival hall at the desk, ...
... The show revolved around the performance of a rapper called Rocchino - I never heard of him, but it looks like he is really loved by young girls, so I guess that we can consider him the Italian Justin Bieber -: he was performing his song "Nu Juorno Buono" - "A good day"- by using words yelled by members of the audience who were written on a big white board on the stage by street artists. Some of the words used were: future, respect, hope, brotherhood, courage, culture, freedom, ...