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Again Antonio stopped this time on a bridge, the incoming sea on our left and way down at sea level to our right was a village. A six families village. Only way in, by boat. For centuries it has been a fishing village and in past, a profitable village. Now one wonders what daily life must be like. Picture 2
Another point of interest , this time, I captured a snap, Antonio was unable to stop due to traffic. There ...
... and clear azure water. The yacht we were on was very nice and we had the opportunity to jump off and go swimming at some really pretty spots along the way. We didn't get a chance to see the blue grotto but we did get a sneak peak of the green and white grottos which were really cool. After we got back from that we showered, put on some (a lot) after sun and headed out in search for some good pizza (which we ...
... that our driver had his hands off of the wheel more than on it (either talking into his cell phone or gesticulating passionately to the passenger in the front seat).
Our day was overcast but I think that it was for the best as the sun could have really sapped our energy both at Pompeii and Vesuvius. We were very proud of how well the boys held up today and received many compliments from the tour group as to how ...
... in the local pub when I used to work on the Docks in Liverpool. Answer: Suomi
That was it. I couldn’t see how we could make up at least 1 more point. Jamaica even knew that Zanzibar was administered by Tanzania (as did we thanks to Robin!)
When the results were announced in reverse order, every team was invited to the stage and received a prize.
And the winner is…jointly Jamaica and Panama!!! Not too sure how we drew and I ...
... weathered old mountaintop churches hauntingly wreathed in mist and lit in coloured light, and eventually arrived at a seaside camping called Villagio Nettuno, where we put up the tent about 20 metres from the sea, ate, drank, met a very nice stray dog and went to ...