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... a mountain at each end and a small lower are in between where the population lived. We could see there many buildings, no doubt including hotels, apartments and a business / commercial area. It was the Isle of Capri.
Earlier today, we had coffee and cake in the ship cafe and reflected on our day in the area of Naples. It was quite poignant to think that the Apostle Paul journeyed through the area on his way ...
... from the tourist information centre....
Gallopili was an island fortress, with only a bridge link to the mainland. The castle was currently not open. However, we enjoyed walking around the walls, hanging onto hat and sunglasses so as not to have them blown away, retreating to the narrow streets when we needed a breather.
Continued along the coastal road towards Taranto. ...
Into Lecce in inclement weather....out with the trusty umbrella. Needed an ATM urgently, as our 50 sontimes was insufficient for the parking attendant, who wanted payment in advance! Once that detail had been taken care of, repaired to a suitable cafe for coffee, chosen for the incredible looking bruschetta that other patrons were eating. A good choice. Thus fortified, headed out to view ...
... br> Mapping the return journey of The Grand Tour.
The three of us have sat down with the map of Europe laid flat.
From The Heel of Italy, our plan is to head north, visit Lecce, more baroque architecture then inland to the white city of Ostuni. Next, the Truli houses at Alberobello, before finally setting up camp for a week near Foggia.
Then it's into the heart of the country to Lago Trasimeno, sidestep Rome, a week or so in Tuscany and a couple ...
... meandering through the heel of Italy in search of utopia (yoga at a site that on arrival appeared to be closed). The second too depressing to stay at. We end up at 7.30pm in the dark parked by rubbish and recycling bins outside a very closed campsite in Sant Isidora near Gallipoli. Another night when I was told to keep my eyes peeled and stay alert.
Fino alla prossima volta,
Bruno (Il Cane)