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• drove ~4hrs to Bari (where we the ferry departs from) • had lunch with the 3 girls, vanessa, lauren, alex, elise, jamie and erin • menu was in italian so just got pizza - only thing i could understand! • overnight ferry to corfu - saw the sunset on the deck, then went to bed around ...
... up lunch up to the park under the trees, bread buns with tomato and olives baked into them ,filled with salad and cheese.
At night, since it was our last night we went out to dinner in Cisternino. We walked through the old part in the rain and found plenty of places which we had seen earlier in the week. Some places are like a butchers shop with all the meat displayed, you just choose what you want and they'll cook it for you, ...
... a fun couple of hours at the rocky beach here swimming under the cliff caves.
We visited the town of Matera which has the Sassi, which up until the 1950's was the slum cave dwellings that hundreds of people lived in,
with no power or running water, with families and animals all living together in such a small, cramped space.
The government stepped in eventually and moved everybody as they proclaimed that ...
... of caves.
It was a massive ravine were all there houses/caves were.
We walked down into the skinny little windy streets in between the houses.
Riley liked the houses a lot because they look ruined and I like the looks of them as well.
After that we walked around the hill and saw more houses but this time they were put inside of the mountain not like a little bit sticking out.
And then we drove to another town and it was a very poor town.
There was no electricity and no running water. And they had next to no tools all they had to
live in was a hole in the mountain.
It was sad but luckily the government stepped in and relocated them to another part of the town. It was really cool I loved seeing this too.
And we had a look inside of one and it was ...