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I had 2 full days in Lecce. It's got some amazing architecture. I just wandered around and got food/coffee as needed. Had a scrumptious gelato! It's not tourist season so no tours or anything happening. Would be lovely to have a car and drive all around the ...
... green. It's a beautiful sunny day. Not many photos though cause windows were dirty and the sun was shining the wrong way. The further south we go the less trees there are. Still lots of green hills though. It becomes more rocky and the soil doesn't look as good. I imagine it's very dry in the summer. I've seen some wind turbines. From Foggia we head towards the coast. The terrain has turned very flat. The Italian people are ...
... arches etc. – all very white. However later on, when I said my usual 'Bon Giorno' to a little old man today, he said to me (in Italian), ‘your smile brought joy to my life’; there you go. There were also great views down to the valley and eventually the sea from here. Nice place but does seem a bit poor.
Next we drove to Cisternino. It had stopped raining earlier in the morning but is certainly cooling down. We loved this pretty town – often voted as ...
... of the walk, spotting birds of different varieties and sizes enjoying the fruits of a large neglected garden of fichi d'India (prickly pear - which we've also seen as a fibre in a Lecce gallery, used as a material for all sorts of objects), and very ripe pomegranates. Reaching the gates again, we saw that one had been unlocked. It was by then well after 3pm, so their pranzo pausa (the long shutdown for lunch) must have been a good boozy Friday one! It was a long walk through ...
... room with some Italian soap on a giant TV that was installed in the early 90's and a lady changing baby nappies on the seat in front of us.... This is going to be a long short night - disembarking at 4.30am. Temperature update Hot hot hot, and now we are all burnt burnt burnt! Owen maned to even out his singlet mark on his back thought after around and hour snorkelling - however his chest is still pasty white so now resembles a NZ native Wood ...