Hotel Lago Verde
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... forest. A sign told us that some of the trees were up to 600 years old. Up and over another saddle and we were heading back down towards the campsite. It was a tough walk and we decided that tomorrow’s walk would only have one steep ascent rather than two. We estimated that we had climbed approximately 1300 metres in total over the day.
Sunday 31st May
We did a ridge walk today. Once up on the top of the ridge, ...
... and then they just got in the cars and drove away. The trip and tour was very interesting but a long day. We learned of the history of the four battles, New Zealand was only involved in the last two. Lots of history lessons including been shown a small village which was abandoned and never rebuilt. It's occupants fled to and lived in caves in the middle of winter to escape the Germans. We walked through the caves in a stooped fashion ...
... The campsite is owned by the famous Pasetta, as seen on BBC World many times (actually one programme repeated but hey!). His picture is everywhere and he even has a wooden statue of himself that some Germans made. He lent us a book where he recounts his life story along with suggested walks in the area. What a character! He is 74 years old and is known, amongst other things for his ability to call the wolves. His grandfather was a Luparo, a shepherd who had the right ...
... to a few people who weren't heading to Athens. It was so great to meet these guys and I hope we get to see each other again! Malora and kayla, Egypt 2016 must happen! Our day didn't end there! We drove out of Rome and headed south to Pompeii. We met our guide, who was a hilariously stereotypical Italian man who said things like "mama Mia! These Romans!". We walked through the streets of Pompeii, seeing a bakery, a brothel (with intact ...
... for a small portion and was much more comfortable and managed to fit in a couple of glasses of wine and some limoncello as well. We were still in the dining room after 10am as we were having a long conversation about the area and the war. Our hosts were interested and recognized many of the war photographs my father had collected, many in this area. They spoke about the children being given chocolate by the soldiers and how they enjoyed it as often they ...