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Travel Blogs from Soverato
... stops at all letters in-between.
-----He gave me one of his mother's toy turtles, as a symbol of our meeting.
----------"Climb Mount Fuji
----------"But slowly, slowly!" - Issa
-----The previous night, I'd abstained from drinking alcohol. It hadn't been easy to do. Enzo had noticed this and was curious about my other philosophies. He recorded me speaking about my beliefs in French, as we awaited my train. Of course, ...
... and facilitated easy development of the cave communities.
Such caves were to be a common theme for the day, with our second scheduled stop being Matera about 40 kms north of the coast in Basilicata. Matera [pop ~ 60,000, the 2nd largest in Basilicata] is one of the oldest continuously occupied cities in Italy, dating back to Palaeolithic times. It is built around three large valleys with the local rock again being the soft tuff. ...
... with stone cliffs surrounding the village (These people really like their stone...). We bought some gelato from a little shop, and it as so good! I loved it! This village was kind of exactly like the other village, except it was huddled up on some steep cliffs. We walked up the Main Street, to a church. We had a look inside, then decided to go catch the next boat, and go to the hotel to crash. So we got the boat, and about half an hour later, ...
Today we had a lie in and then went to Locri where we looked for the Ancient Greek town where the fortress was. It was amazing. We then went and got some diesel and dad got ripped off so there was a bit of arguing. We then went to the shopping outlet where we had a McDonald's and accessed the wifi. We also called at oriented fashion where I got a top and dress and mum got a little handbag. We thence had a nap and tea and later went out for cocktails. Mum tried the local liquor ...
Friday we explored more with the car and went to yet another little hill
town, Castiglione del Fiorente where it was market day. So much cheap,
but good quality Italian clothing to choose from! Shayna and I were very
good and only bought one item each, though we all added to the souvenir
collection and the time also came to buy an extra bag to get everything