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... were too quiet. Duly noted. Julie took us on a tour of the main sites, the harbour, various churches etc. Can read a map the DJ! We didn't head inside the churches of course as we have been very good girls and didn't think the confessional needed to be worried by our tales of eating too much and the occasional vino. Kelly bought the obligatory shot glass (which was subsequently dropped and smashed when stopping to ...
The train from Luzern to Genoa was without doubt the most scenic train trip I have ever taken. We were in the Swiss alps for about an hour and a half of the almost 5 hour train trip(with one change in Milan). We climbed steadily from Luzern and soon had great views of mount Matterhorn and went past some beautiful waterfalls, lakes and little towns. We went through Lugano and Lake Como which were stunning. On through Italy we passed vineyards and beautiful ...
... the locals hiding inside little patisseries with aromatic coffee wafting out and hanging in the misty air tempting us as we walked past. Cant stop yet– too much to see!! Even the fishing boats cowered under tarpaulins to escape the freezing wind and pelting rain. Only crazy tourists were out in their bright red ponchos – loving every minute of this beguiling place. Marion insisted on Gellatti - lemon and chocolate, served in a tiny cup - we all had ...
... mining days, and to my parents grave with the couple who look after the grave for us brought to an end my epic 8-month, 19-country adventure. Back on home turf, the first hectic week has been spent pulling the pieces together and getting ready to enter the land of the working population - a challenge that I'm actually eager to embrace, but also fearful that a year away will have made my skills rusty or redundant. Only time will tell!! I'm often asked, "Would I do it ...
After lunch I met the Pathfinders. They sang the Pathfinder song in Italian. They said their Italian creed and pledge. they stood in two rows representing Pathfinders and Genoa. I think it was translated this way:
“ Who are you? We are Genoa.
Who are you? We are the Pathfinders.
What do you do? Genoa, we carry the light of Jesus in the dark places. Where there is sadness and pain, we give you the message of hope.”
That is ...