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... they construct them, and why here, and why so many so far from home? Leaves the Rome Forum for dead. Drove up mountain to Favaro, another must see from Geoff. Just another Sicilian town- quite large. Redeeming feature was the FARM, which I am sure stands for something, and is an artists collective in an abandoned group of terrace houses. Quite interesting. Would be a ...
... right road. Drive was ok on secondary highway- a hooker on every exit- but got lost in Gela as no road signage. After a few loops looking for a sign to Licata I headed south, clipping a couple of car mirrors on narrow streets- traffic was bedlam. A couple of guys beside road pointed us in right direction- I wasn't too far off, just missed one unmarked turn. Country looks very dry and bony- hard farming. Mainly citrus, olives, grapes, the odd cow and lots capsicum ...
... you can sip and see the sun set on the temples, it is clean and handy to the temple site; not so much the town which is a good brisk hike up the hill for a few km.
So glad to hear that Val is holding her own and John is seeing some positive improvements. and that Strachan has rallied, sending Barb an email. Hugs to them both.
And big hugs to Gill, Paige, Charlie and Reggie. See you in a few days.
Back down 40 steps to the car, where we had earlier taken our luggage and we were off to Agrigento and the valley of the temples. First, though we had several towns to go through or by-pass. First up was Comiso...no by-pass so Larry had to negotiate through the town and the Main Street is not always evident. On to Vittoria and we celebrated...a by-pass.
We headed onward to Golfo di Gela, where the Americans landed in 1943. We had hoped to have ...
... and folded every table! Year 8 at a guess, and they reminded me that I'm on long service leave, and it's not my problem! I felt great! Once they alighted, the poor woman conductor, who had avoided coming up my end of the train during the chaos, breathed a clearly audible sigh of relief! It was an interesting 2 1/4 hour trip, heading east of Palermo first, so I saw that lovely coast again, and then turning off to the south, travelling through rocky hills with a few straggly ...