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... Noticed a 13th century wall that had clay tiles imbedded in the wall for water. Going to Moreana or Royal mountain area known as park of the Norman kings, the area is well known for medicine, geography, astronomy, mathematics & manufacturing.
There is a real mixture of cultures a reflection of those who dominated in the area
Scandinavian - Vikings, blue eyes, blonde hair
English - Normans, rude soldiers
Middle East - Arabs, dark ...
... cheeses. The people are really friendly, and helpful. On our hikes in these mountains, we saw wild pigs, deer, wonderful wild flowers and many fossils in the rocks.
We are now on the coast near Palermo, getting ready to go to Sardinia on Saturday. Tomorrow, we look forward to a local saint day, where the village is in festival mode all day, with much noisy drumming, masses in the church, then a parade of the saint's effigy. At midnight and 6 am there have been a series ...
... They then took me through the business class check in and through to the waiting room and then onto the plane, very efficient. Small plane that took us to Rome.
Not very comfortable but we were soon there and picked up in another wheelchair, we were then parked in a waiting area with several other people. Nothing seemed to be happening so I said to Neil go and find the Singapore Airline check ...
Our luggage had to be out by 7.00 am. Breakfast was at 7.00 am and we departed Baglio Oneto at 8.00 am. We had breakfast inside today which was a bit disappointing but it did have quite a cool breeze outside.
So off to Palermo which wasn't too far away. We stopped at the airport (would you believe) for a toilet break as there were no Autogrills on the way into Palermo. It was quite handy actually as we were able to see where we have to check in tomorrow ...
... Imagine driving downtown in any large city in the world at peak hour. Now imagine that the number of lanes changes frequently and that there are no traffic lights at many intersections and you get an idea of what driving in Sicily is like. Strangely enough, it all works. There also appears to be minimal, if any, road rage. In fact, you could always easily merge and other drivers were most courteous in the mayhem.
Discussing the craziness ...