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I stayed in a small town near Rimini, Italy with a friend and his family for about a week. The hospitality they showed me was beyond my expectations I cant thank them enough.
Denis's family own and run their own pasta shop. I was able to watch them make all types of pasta, lasagne, ravioli, tortellini and the speciality of the region which is panine.
Now, my mum is a great cook, but wow the food we had everyday was like a gourmet meal. Most days, I had to have a siesta ...
... a mobile phone on the ground in the car park and cheeky me made a phone call to Australia. Poor Peter, it was 2.30am in the morning and I believe he was happy to hear my voice. Whilst in the shopping precinct I came across 'Voda Phone' which is the most popular choice as a mobile phone provider in Italy, the other being 'Tim' and I wanted to get a new SIM card. Unfortunately I failed as I needed my documents which ...
... hot today, with no breeze! I have never felt such heat like that before in my life! Everywhere you walk you search for the little bits of shade just to get a break from the sun. Jamie got his first taste of Gelato today... Snickers Gelato (yumm!!). It was too hot to even eat, all we felt like was cold drinks and ice cream!
Tomorrow is a "cruising day" at sea and we are looking forward to having a relaxing day by the pool.
... e uttered any English. Salvo and I trotted downstairs to be met with breakfast provided by his granny. Salvo's uncle (who spoke English) paid a visit to chat and catch up, and clear any air of doubt we were feeling.
We ate and agreed on strolling round the village. The highest place was a spectacular viewpoint which displayed the rural landscape of Sicily, we could also see Mt Etna far in the background. The ...
... leisure and pleasure were foreshadowed by the knowing of carrying our hefty bags and luggage back to the train station, and in the boiling weather it seemed more daunting, but it was imperative we did this, so we could reach Aidone in time.
The hike to the train station was more arduous than I foresaw. I repeatedly stopped in my tracks to complain or declare I was giving up, but Salvo remained positive and aided me through the ordeal.
When we arrived, we took ...
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