Hotel Villa Giulia
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... did order something that I thought was cooked fish - I only do fish occasionally, but think I like to try different things. Hmmm, when I tasted it I had to ask whether it was raw, and was told yet. My reaction of "WHAT" caused huge amusement for the rest of the evening. The proprietor was just lovely and immediately came and asked me if I would like to swap for something else. He was so nice about it that I eventually said yes, and ...
... I have an an update before I update this blog. Unfortunately the entries have already closed for WAO so I can't enter. Never mind, I still had an awesome evening and have met some new friends. And I will see them again in a few weeks.
So one more day of agility tomorrow - am expecting to enjoy it just as much. Am looking forward to the team relay event in the afternoon, and the biathlon agility is on in the morning.
Some things that ...
... br> The weather continues to be stunning here. It is cold in the venue, but around 20 degrees outside.
There was one doggie thing that we have in NZ that the Americans didn't know about - dry bed. I am very pleased about that, because I have told them how great it is, so people have purchased it and I now get to sit on it which is much easier on the bum than the hard steps.
Individual agility in the morning tomorrow judged by Allan, then biathlon agility.
... was very good, and some people handled it really well. It was tiring watching agility all day, and I videoed many of the runs. It was quite cold inside in the morning (said she who was wearing a merino top, 3 jackets and 2 pairs of trousers!) I love the jacket I bought in Dubai and can see it being worn a lot. But very warm outside.
When that course was finished, Allan and I drove to Pavia which was about 50 mins away. ...
... is a monumental task. On one of the very first days at Ludmilla’s farm, I remember walking into the kitchen thinking what a catastrophe and how I really didn’t want to be the one to clean it. After almost every meal, the pots and pans would pile up. The dishwasher would be packed and repacked to fit more in. The floor was grimy and sticky from dropped food and liquids of all kinds. After the plates and cutlery were cleared and the pots washed and left ...