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... concerts on CD or TV is as full as before.
It had me thinking about what makes us - us.
And it's not memories really - I think it's ultimately character and what we're attracted to / our talents that seem to last longest. My stepmother Alison was the same - her fun-filled, cheeky personality and musical talent outlived her memory and rational abilities.
Katia has created a beautiful and harmonious home, full of fascinating books and memorabilia of ...
The ten hour overnight ferry from Tunis to Palermo would be followed by a 10 hour delay. This was good. We could get off the boat, go to that lovely bakery, and lunch the cafe across the road from the docks, pick up some groceries for the next leg of the journey.
From Palermo it would be another ten hours overnight to Civitavecchia, where again we could get off the boat, stretch our legs and explore the seaport for Rome.
... through the awning, but we were seated next to a heater and quite cosy. We then walked to the nearby market where I got a fit of clumsiness and nearly knocked a stall holder over by swinging a door on him. Most of the stall holders were lunching. A crowd enjoyed crab legs eaten in the fingers with glasses of sparkling wine. A vegetable stall received crate after crate of pine mushrooms, pine needles still clinging. We returned to a little stall where we had previously ...
Sometimes you get your timing just right. Like today. It's not much of a forecast, so Terry and I decide on the short walk up La Corona from Ventas de Zafarraya - mainly on the grounds that if it starts raining, we won't be too far away from the car.
However, it's reasonable weather when we start from Ventas - a bit of sun around and not too cold. But as we get near the end ...
... Hoyo del Toro, 3.3km". Hoyo del Toro, translated literally, means "Hole of the Bull" - in view of the number of caves in this area, where limestone predominates, this would no doubt be a cave, but hopefully the footpath would also lead me up the mountain above the railway line. Whatever - it certainly looks worth doing.
So I'm off to Ventas on a dry, but rather dull morning and am soon making good progress back along the old railway line towards Periana. It's ...