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... other, nestled on vertigo inducing cliffs that remained virtually inaccessible for years before the advent of dynamite and rail connections were made. Since then the touristic attraction has spread like wild fire and during the hot summer months one can barely breath for map touting Texans in socks and sandals, hollering "PARLI INGLESE?" in 'eye-talian' at passing locals.
We were visiting during the quieter months however; and if low camping season wasn't enough ...
... Island Indonesia. The skeleton was of a 3 ft adult female human. Evidence that the skeleton was of an adult rather than a child was provided by fused sutures and characteristics of the teeth. No other skeleton was found anywhere on the island or in the cave
though Indonesian authorities stopped further digging. The theory is that there once was a race of hobbit like humans but that the race was wiped out by a series of ...
... stopping to look at the Basilica De La Guarde and lunching ...
... around how to get to Piazza Venzia - where we knew we could get a bus home - and ended up on a wild ride through Piazza Popolo, down Via Del Corso and finally arriving at Venzia, which was A LOT bigger than we were expecting. Not to mention, we managed to catch a peak of the Colosseum from across the square so forget about going home without at least taking a peak!!! While we didn't go on a tour today (tired and planning to see it tomorrow) we did walk around ...
... in a skin care shop. I
lunched at the same place Saacha and I had eaten the other day and felt really
comfortable sitting there doing some great people watching. My peace was only
broken by some guy playing an accordian right in front of me who was wanting a
donation. Oh god…. If I hear
another rendition of “It’s Amore” I am going to go mad.
I couldn’t go ...