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... length of the town in about 8 minutes. It was awesome. We walked through narrow winding alleys, until we came to a church on the edge of a cliff. The sea was crashing onto wet black rocks below. We had a good look around, then left to go to some ruins on yes another, cliff. We had a poke around, but by then it was getting quite late, and dark. As we were walking down some stairs, we saw bats! There were heaps of them flying around. Then. Walked back to ...
... There is so much walking involved and Edie developed a huge blister today even though she was wearing socks and shoes she has had for ages. I think our feet are swollen with the heat. But we are not complaining as we are having wonderful clear weather and seeing some marvelous sights. The evening breeze is wafting over us and we can hear and see the waves breaking on the rocky shore. In ...
... was still hilly but not as dramatic as earlier. There was farming, market gardens, olive groves, vineyards and goodness knows what else. After a lunch stop the road met the coast and there was some lovely little towns by the sea. We had made good time and reached the town of Villa San Giovanni, in the toe of Italy at 2.30. Buses, lorries, cars, all boarded the ferry which only took 15 minutes to cross to Sicily at the town of Messina. It ...
Today is our last port of call. After breakfast, we left the ship and negotiated for a private taxi to take us for the day. Our first stop was up to Mt Etna. It is the highest point in Italy and is still a very active volcano. What an experience. We took a cable car up to xx metres and then and 4 wheel drive bus to xx feet. Ice was present still and it was considerably colder on top of the volcano. Gases and steam were coming from the ground everywhere. At the ...
... to, and walks around Bra, Alba and Mango (where we had lunch at top of hill, overlooking more vineyards), and Asti, the home of Asti Spumante. Unfortunately, due to it being a Sunday, and late in the afternoon, we missed out on any tasting - can't win them all. That night, we stopped in a relatively poor arie at Chieri, although it was close to Turino, which served our needs perfectly. 17th June We awoke early, as planned and drove into Turin (Torino). The camperstop we'd planned ...
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