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... Pakistani,Bangladeshi or Africans. Its a sure sign of the decline of the Italian empire when Romans can't be bothered to do the ripping off! They like the colours salmon and yellow for their houses, green or grey shutters. They also have something against Santas as they seem to delight in hanging these inflatable Santas off their windows, roofs etc.
Anyway, thats all for now....
See you all back in Australia.
... about another security firm.
We had to stop on the way to take the obligatory photos, to prove that we wuz ‘ere. We took photos from the Italian side at a town called Cina before attempting the border crossing.
Drove down the mountain into the Swiss town of Lugano (named after the Lake). Straight away you notice the difference. The streets were wider and the city was more like the northern European ...
... the other countries in the Eurozone, most importantly Germany.
In April 2010, on top of the news about the recorded adverse deficit and debt data for 2008 and 2009, the national account data revealed the Greek economy had also been hit by three distinct recessions (Q3-Q4 2007, Q2-2008 until Q1-2009, and a third starting in Q3-2009). When this negative news package was received by credit rating agencies, in particular the onset of a third ongoing recession ...
... we had fruit and chocolate and I got to try dried figs for the first time. Today (Thursday 8th Jan) we left early in the morning and drove to The train station to catch the train to Duomo in Milano (Milan). Here we visited an amazing cathedral and had a look in some shops. Within one of the malls, there was a tiled bull and there is a tradition where you place your heel in the hole and turn around three times ...
... optimism for better times ahead. Germany had been welcomed back to the table, and had been allowed the right to re-negotiate the Versailles Treaty. One immediate concession was that they were invited to join the League of Nations, a particularly mean-spirited and nasty exclusion in the first place.Austen Chamberlain, the monocled British foreign secretary, claimed with some justification that Locarno marked the real dividing line between peace and war.The Spirit of ...