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Travel Blogs from San Giovanni Rotondo
Picked up can and got on the road Stayed up on a mountain overlooking the Adriatic coastline of Italy. Tiny narrow streets made it hard to navigate our van through the town Wandered through town at night to get loose kebabs Castle visit. Built in 837. Souvenir shops Arrival of Harry the ...
We left Lastovo early as we knew that we had a 10 hr sail. As we left Croatia we spotted 2 dolphins close by, what a lovely sight. We settled in to a routine of look out, sleep and reading. We set the sails and headed off into the distance , leaving land behind us. It seemed strange to look all around us and see nothing but sea. At times it did feel like we would fall off the edge of the world. As we got to around the half way mark ...
... this coastline unforgettable.We went inside a number of different grottoes on the Gargango coast and saw many sea caves.
We returned to Vieste for a pasta-making demonstration with lunch.
Cooking pasta class - made three different pasta shapes using fresh made pasta dough. ...
... everything up and headed to
Alberobello and the Trulli's.
Trulli’s are small buildings with
conical shaped roofs painted white at the tips. They date back to the 14th
century at the latest. You see them dotted around as you drive towards
Alberobello but in the town itself has the greatest concentration (1500). Many
have been turned into little shops selling tourist tat or providing ...
... an Autogrille for lunch - chicken panini, Gatorade, chocolate cupcake.
Then we drove up and over the Apennine spine of Italy, and on to the shores of the Adriatic Sea. Our destination is the tip of the rugged Gargano Peninsula, one of the most beautiful areas of Southern Italy ...