Hotel Da Remo
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... we were still starting to get soaked. In the end, we just braved it out and got back to the campsite soaking wet. We had planned to eat out tonight as the cupboard was looking pretty bare but as the rain persisted, we decided we could find something in our cupboard. We ended up with baked beans, fried egg, sauté potatoes and toast with a bit of cheese on the side (which didn’t really add anything to the dish). Tomorrow we head off via a supermarket for a big ...
... and then they just got in the cars and drove away. The trip and tour was very interesting but a long day. We learned of the history of the four battles, New Zealand was only involved in the last two. Lots of history lessons including been shown a small village which was abandoned and never rebuilt. It's occupants fled to and lived in caves in the middle of winter to escape the Germans. We walked through the caves in a stooped fashion ...
... to Barrea where the weather had been as bad for much of the day.
Wednesday 27th May
Today we saw a wolf. Not in a zoo or a wildlife park but in the wild. It was only the briefest of glimpses as it headed through the trees, up a hill and out of sight but it was enough to be more or less certain it wasn’t just a stray dog. What a privilege, it made me feel a little bit emotional.
The weather is still a bit hit ...
... in locating the hole in the wall until Garry asked a local women "ATM" she shook her head, he then pulled out his bank card and gave the impression of poking it into a slot, communication "penny drop" yes she pointed us further down the road with great accuracy. Sign language is much more international than speech. Woohoo, we had money again, me especially having finally been able to access the money on my card after several days of trying, a phone call ...
... path was still snow covered and considered too dangerous for most people so imagine my surprise when we walked past a couple and their two young children!!
We eventually found the path leading down from the mountain but all we could see of it was a huge very steep snow field untouched by human feet. John thought we could probably make our way down but I disagreed vehemently (please see my comments above) so we retraced our steps back to the Val Fondillo and our ...
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