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... have trees growing in all over. We went to the beach after our hike and the tour guide let us swim in the Mediterranean. May professor for that class is old and British and hilarious. He does this thing in class where he imitates a British accent by putting another one on top of the one he already has. He calls me cheeky, actually most of the time he says 'don’t be cheeky’. We have good times together. I have a few friends in this class and it was really fun to ...
Enjoyed cooking breakfast again then we packed, repacked and rearranged our bags to the correct weight. Luckily we could leave them in the apartment till departure. We were told a cab to the airport was 30€ (fixed price) or easy 40 min by train then shuttle bus. Chose the cab! Headed off to St Peter's Basilica, stopping again at St Anne's (Nanna has a special devotion to St Anne). Walked into St Peters Square, but quite dismayed at ...
... very much and we had to turn round.
We also had to wait before proceeding up one road for the local harvesting machines to be moved out of the way (it looks like tobacco they are growing but no idea if it ...
... home we have a big Sunday lunch with Jeffrey and Anne who are 82 and 79. After
a big lunch Jeffrey fell off his chair, so they left. Mum, Pearl and Christine
went to town to go shopping, while Michael and Dad were clearing a space for
the table tennis. Finally after about 4 hours we get the table up and we have a
tournament. When the girls got back it was 8, so we cooked up the fish pie then
went to bed. We get up early because Michael, Dad and I were going ...
... to find our hostel. We finally found it after a taxi ride and walk through the rain. Honestly, it was miserable. Two Ducks was located pretty central (only 10 minutes from where we started). But the hostel was a little scary to say the least. The elevator looked like it was from the 1500s, you had to manually shut the door, and if you opened it while moving the entire thing stopped. Luckily, our room is big! I got a nice bed, and there was a guy from Australia that stayed with ...