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I am here! My connection in Rome was delayed by an hour, and my baggage did not make the connection like I was told it would, but hey ho, there is little I can do now! Martino and Margarita welcomed me with open arms, I felt like a part of the family since I got here at 11:00 on Saturday 8/08/15. I met mantas, the workawayer I replaced, from Lithuania, and together we finished the days jobs straight away. Margarita made us pane con pomodoro e ...
... visit the Egadi islands, around 10 miles to the west, which are in a marine protection zone.
Quite a few people have asked us about the migrant issue in the Med and of course we are now sailing into waters where many thousands of migrants have been found. We were reminded of this because of a series of warnings we have received via our Navtex - a clever box that receives text messages about weather ...
... tour of the cloister next to the doumo which on mondays closes at 1 pm.
A big nice cool relaxing cloister walk with very colorful pillars surrounding. Each of these pillars was decorated in a different way with small pieces of mosaic and sculptures at the top.
After this visit the church was closed but our room was available and luggage arrived, so time for a refreshing shower and normal clothes again (remember biking pants...).
... there is a small village next to the station (small means 5 streets) and a big palazzo. Weird at least. Never thought we would see something during the walk but you can always be surprised in Sicily. It was the hunting palace of Ferdinand when he left the mainland.
Using the free time to upload some pictures. so the pictures are from the entire trip so far. Guess what is what.
... was via an old zig zag mule track to a 17C watchtower built to protect the tuna plant from Turkish invasion. Apparently, not that I have read it, Virgil recounts in his Aeneid how Aeneas organised a boat race to the rock jutting out of the sea - seems amazing that a poem of around 20BC mentions a rock you can still see! A little further and ...