Il Borgo della Marinella
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A 4:30 start had us pack our final few things and then follow the coast line to the airport as the sun rose over the ocean. Not many beach goers at this hour but we did see one or two people out, believe it or not. There was a dog laying on the pavement sound asleep. Probably found it cooler there although he/she does live dangerously I must say. After a long wait in what didn't seem like a very long line-up, we checked in at Lamezia ...
... even more heavenly by the fresh basil she had me add. We ate at the table made of chestnut, that was given to her by her mother, and then extended by my Uncle. She gave Louise and I each a parting gift of a beautiful set of white cotton sheets and pillowcases. I was glad we were able to spend some time with her.
There was a bit of excitement this afternoon as a forest fire broke out just above where Louise and Deron were staying and ...
... hugged me and kissed me and Louise also. He kept saying how fortunate he was to have us there. I think my Zia Maria is starting to dread saying goodbye. She held on to me pretty tight tonight. Tomorrow will be difficult as we will have to leave behind renewed ties (that were already strong to begin with) and bear my aunt's tears, of which there will be many. We have created many new memories that will carry us until next time around. I guess I just have to be happy with ...
... away, we stopped to pick up costumes for tomorrow night's big annual summer party at the house. I've only ever heard about these legendary parties and don't know quite what to expect. The theme this year is "Westerns". Antonio said you could come dressed as a cactus of you wanted, but it basically had to have something to do with the days when there were cowboys. Stay tuned I guess??
The restaurant was truly a gourmet experience. They seated us in a beautiful outdoor ...
... on us (maybe Signora Jack?) didn't seem too happy. Maybe we were interrupting a planned siesta or something. It was a gorgeous place and the Calabrese antipasto and fried calamari were excellent. After driving a bit more, we had Tim (our lovely British GPS voice) direct us to Siderno (which we started calling see Derono) where we veered back northwest to Rosarno and then north to head home. We went through some extremely long tunnels and seemed to ...