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Thursday, October 30, 2014
We had another great day. Slower start and then we drove firstly to Ostuni – this is a white hilltop town about 30 minutes south from Alberobello. BTW Alberobello means beautiful tree and there are sure plenty round here. Craig and I first saw Ostuni from a distance on the train and I was very keen to see it. The drive was lovely even with the rain, and along the way we saw many very old olive trees with very thick trunks. After parking we ...
... much easier travelling with a companion!), reading and walking. The long bus journey was comfortable and interesting- across to the mainland by ferry, north along Italy's boot via Calabria's A3, past the National Park used as a hiding place by Calabrian kidnappers, the peak Montalto (complete with huge statue of Christ), and all other available land used intensively for agriculture. Groves of olives, and orange trees fruiting abundantly, with some even carefully planted ...
... believe it or not, never even had to add air. We carried our pumps for nothing!
We we also want to thank all of you for coming along virtually. Your prayers and comments, both encouraging and humorous, made it feel like we had company throughout.
Lastly, we want to our good Lord for preserving and protecting us on this adventure.
Thank you all.
Now we are coming home.
Today was our last day of pedaling. We finished strong covering 108 kilometers which was our biggest day of the trip. We started from Otranto and rode up along the coast and through the olive groves nearly to Brindisi then turned inland, and back south, toward our destination of Lecce.
I have included a picture of a ...
Arrived at 8am and got out of Bari asap.
Headed straight to explore the caves at Castellana. We did the 3km tour to the very impressive 'white cave'. It was very different to the caves we'd visited in Frace (Provance) especially in terms of managment and protecting the caves.
Had lunch there and an ...