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Leaving Modica we drove up the adjacent valley wall for a view over the town and then dove into the mountainous countryside. As beautiful as the towns are, especially the baroque towns in this part of Sicily, the countryside is simply amazing. We were not expecting it to be so green. Much of the countryside is cultivated, with the steeper areas used for grazing (mostly goats and sheep but some cows as well). Lots of vineyards (wine ...
Ciao from Sicily
Today we arose early and departed at 8am for a full day tour of the towns of Messina and Toarmina in Sicily. We disembarked as per usual and jumped on our bus to meet our guide, the collagen enhanced, multi-lingual talking machine, Allegra (Disclaimer - may not be her real name.) Her lips were so big, they dominated her face and held our attention for the entire day.
Allegra explained that the old town ...
We had to drive back to Agrigento to pick up car focuments that we had left behind.Marchese Sala. Kindly Barbara, a lovely German woman we had met, communicated with Ignazio the owner and we arrived in the middle of market day. Round and round we went. Couldn't park, so I ran in. Barbara asked us to view her apartment before we left do ...
... dresser that I just wanted my hair "adjusted"... spiffied up would be another way to put it! I ended up getting it washed , dried and straightened.. nothing fancy, but in the heat and humidity it is aways nice tp have someone else do the work. See my nice straight hair in next blog entry : )
We are looking forward to seeing them again in Edmonton when they come for a visit over Christmas and New Years.
... A.D. The mosaics of the extensive and extravagant villa are the reason it was named as a UNESCO site in in 1997. Dated back to 320-350 A.D., the villa most likely belonged to a member of Rome’s senatorial class.