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... the glass shops with Andrew in tow. I checked out the shops but I knew the better stuff was further away from the ferry landing and was keen to keep moving. Poor George and John were kept waiting outside the shops while I was wandering a little further on. Eventually we hit the main shops where both Andrew and Wendy found glasses they wanted to buy. I was looking for jewellery and my search took a little longer. Eventually the others drifted off and ...
Dècouvrir: literal "drift"; A spontaneous journey where the traveler leaves their life behind for a time to let the spirit of the landscape and architecture attract and move them on. I found this on a shirt while in Verona on our first independent travel weekend. This quote is perfect and is what has been taking place these past months on my journey. I feel as if every trip, new experience, and learning moments are moving me forward to grow and better myself. ...
... listened to him for awhile. He had a marimba attached to one leg and a tambourine to the other. He was playing the guitar and harmonica as well as singing. It was all very entertaining as well as easy listening. It was fun to watch the young children come up to watch him play all the various instruments!
From there we walked around a bit and came upon an open door that had a sign just as you walked in the ...
... easy to find a quiet spot to chill and devour another ice cream (it’s hard not to!) and as the cruise ships departed in the early evening and the afternoon sun got lower in the sky we decided to seek out a good spot for a glass of wine before heading back to camp.
And what a spot we found! By chance we stumbled upon Rialto Bridge again and secured a table right at the foot of the bridge overlooking the Grand Canal. ...
... light enough for Des to carry up/down steps. Coming here we went to get on train and and Des got on before me then this gentleman came from behind me and offered to lift my case onto train. Thank you, I said and thought how polite he was. That is until he would not put case down until we got to our seats and then would not leave until we paid him a tip. We were trying to argue about it but he stood his ground in the middle of the train aisle ...