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Today we returned to Otranto, which we visited five years ago on our first ever bike trip to Italy. The ride up the coast was gorgeous with rolling hills and sheer cliffs to the ocean; it was some of the best biking terrain we have seen. Otranto brings back very fond memories of time spent here with friends. We stayed in the same five ...
After 24 days of pedaling, fueled mostly by gelato, pasta and seafood, we completed our southward journey. Today we reached Santa Maria di Leuca, which is the southern tip of the Salento peninsula. We celebrated with a swim in the sea followed by a bottle of prosecco and, you guessed it, more seafood. We saw more bikers today than we have in in some time. In particular, we saw a half a ...
... more days of riding and then will finish with two days in Lecce - known as the Florence of southern Italy. Tonight we are in Gallipoli. Our hotel is a converted palace with a roof deck overlooking the sea. Old town Gallipoli is actually an island with many beautiful churches, quiet little streets and wonderful people. We are soaking it all ...
... in your waters.... See you next year...." Waving my hand in the air, as if saying goodbye to a friend. There was not much traffic out in the land-less ocean. Two big freighters, a couple of small sail boats, and occasional garbage past by. Mid way thru our motorized crossing, the shade came down, the mainsail, jib and mitzen were hoisted, and we quietly slid thru the water going 7.5km p/h. How wonderful, ...
... may call the peaches. As we approached leece, tommy lied about where the nearest campsite was (again!) so we headed to the second closest. Camping namaste - arrived to a gate half closed, with no one in sight, sort of a woodlands area, old caravan at the entrance and a few other old looking buildings around - as I and Owen walked to the 'reception' the place looked abandoned, and it was starting to feel very creepy. No one answers the bell so Owen made the call ...