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Travel Blogs from Saltusio
... lots of traditional Italian buildings. Lucy and Katie started to show signs of hunger halfway through the tour becoming focused on finding a supermarket instead of paying attention to Emma's tour! There was the worrying risk of them becoming grumpy so we gave up the search for a supermarket and had to settle with a cafe. it was a good find actually. For 3€ each we feasted on a big pesto pizza slice and a cool raspberry granite (Ice ...
Today the boys wanted to hire a boat so we could explore, well that's what they told us girls. The real reason was just that they are both just addicted to boats in general. In fact, if I had been trying to convince Mike to buy a boat instead of a caravan then it would have happened years ago! Boats of any kind are always adored and enjoyed by the Hunt boys. So we packed our lunch, towels, sun cream, caps etc etc and wandered to the beach. 10 mins later the boys were ...
... truck was there to pick up the car! So awesome.... While were waiting (only 5 minutes) the carabinieri that stopped us walked over to his car, took out a cigarette, lit it, and walked back. He stood there... Smoking a cigarette... While on the job..... Something I have NEVER seen in Australia!!! I'm not into smoking but I thought that was pretty wicked! :) Haha!
When we arrived at Sarnico, it was soooooo busy. We had to park 20 minutes (walking distance) away from the ...
... also had two boys 8 and 10 called Sammy and Jamie. They also have a 17 year old boy, Michael, studying and he was there too. After leaving we went to a supermarket to buy some nice steak and kebabs for the BBQ. Then came the fun part. Trying to sleep. The heat is really not good for night and there is no breeze so it doesn't cool you down. But after everyone fighting to get as much fan as possible we all slept and woke for the next day... ...
... 10 x 10m when most are only 8x8m so plenty of space... Hoorah. So the next challenge was to site and level the caravan on a sloped pitch.. As we looked at it we realised the slope was in 3 directions! Now the Corries will understand the difficulties this presents as will any other caravanners out there. We needed to use ramps, chocks and stacker blocks which we had never done yet. Then once the caravan is level you have to start erecting the awning - again on a slope. ...