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It has happened my friends. We are almost incommunicado. Satellite coverage has dropped to its lowest levels. So, it would be almost impossible for me to upload photos.Therefore, I will finish my blog after I get home and have a normal internet connection. Sorry.
Many activities on the ship; talent shows, galley tours, movies, and the usual relaxation pursuits such as reading. I am wading through the biography of Andrew Carnegie at ...
... It has an old cathedral and lovely narrow streets from which were hanging lots of different flags. As we suspected they hold a similar event to Sienna 'Palio'. The flags represent the various 'houses' and they race, wait for it.... donkeys! Apparently a nearby town does it with horses and Alba is taking the mickey.
A few km later we were in Barbaresco. A very small village and we are staying ...
... a ferry from Italy to Croatia, Greece or even Turkey depending on the refugee situation. We have been keeping an eye on the news and both feel that it isn't necessary to beeline it over to those countries if they are experiencing havoc, the last thing they need is cycle tourists squatting in the woods at night. We keep looking at options and throw ideas back and forth to each other. Back to Spain? What about Asia? How much are flights? Let's buy a van and travel that ...
We tackled the pass today and made it to Italy! Woooo! The climb wasn't so bad. Breaking it into 2 days was a smart idea and worked well. It gave us time to rest, enjoy the sites, stop for pictures, and catch our breath. We started at 1400m and worked our way up to 2350m. My highest climb yet! I was pretty excited. We stopped in Isola 2000, the ski village on the French side of the pass (it sits at the 2000m mark). Everything was closed up, and honestly we were to surprised. We had ...
... amazing to be here & have this opportunity . So many cheese from so many different countries. Cheeses wrapped in every thing from nettles to chestnut leaves, coffee beans, hay. Cheese that looked more like small stones than cheese! A feast for the eyes & ...