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... lot of fun to tour. While we found the Italians themselves a bit cool and occasionally grumpy, Italy itself is wonderful. From the lakes and mountains of the North, to the flat plains of the East along the Adriatic to the breathtaking views of the Amalfi and Cinque Terre Coastline in the West and the stunning hillsides of Tuscany, Italy has so much to see and do. Plus the food and great (and inexpensive) wine has made our stay all the more memorable.
... bang and a crash. Something came down from the street above narrowly missing an elderly couple walking on the lower level. When we reached the spot, there was a skateboard now broken with wheels laying off to the side. Actually this was very scary.
We then went straight to the nearest (ok not nearest) bar and had limoncello. It was after 5 after all.
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... numerous, jellyfish and even an octopus........the instructors controlled our buoyancy and held on from behind but it felt very free for the first ever dive experience down to five metres before we knew it, everyone loved it, although Sammy was stung by a jellyfish when he surfaced which put him off the water for a little bit.
The rest of the day was taken up by lounging on the beach for a bit and dinner. A lovely ...
... What the books did not tell us was we had to catch a bus to the station! So a fair bit of walking, asking people for help & with the language barrier we often got different answers! Fun Fun - Katie was very funny saying it would not be an adventure if everything went to plan ( love the way she thinks!!) Tom was not as happy as he was amazing the day before in Florence! Finally we get the bus to the station and we get our ...
... managed to carve out an agrarian lifestyle for centuries in what seemed to me to be a very inhospitable landscape for this kind of farming. Of course, now with the access to this area provided by trains and highways, tourism seems to have surpassed farming as the primary source of business.
I also walked passed a few washed out cottages on hillsides that were wiped out several years ago with unprecedented flooding the ...