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So, we have not had any wifi access since leaving Amalfi on Thursday! I'm typing this on a tiny Samsung, so please forgive any typing or formatting errors. We left the wonderful Settebello Hotel and the family that run it at 10am on Thursday to set off for Sicily. The plan was to drive as much of the 450km distance as possible before overnighting somewhere in Calabria. We found a place in Zambrone on Booking.com ...
... and helped them drink their beer and eat pizza. A Capriciossa if you were wondering.
He is stayed at the Albergo Blumentag tonight, 55 euros, and looking forward to some Calabrian food. There is also a festival going on in Paola - Il Giorni di San Francesco - and San Fran looks uncannily like a young Kent Nickerson,
Miles today: 130
Keep the faith
... worked. It is up in the mountains so all of the farming is done on terraces, very hard work. Its been so nice not to be rushing around to get to places to see or get to a tour on time. We have done a couple of drives to Paulo to see the Sanctuary of San Francesco and the nearby village of Corsenza.
Went to the cemetary to see the Tozzo family plots.
Took a day trip to Tropea today. Its ...
... stony, grassy plateau. The village itself seemed to bow in worship to a chalky white church with big, Greek bells - called "Theologos".
-----My trail continued from Theologos, until it led along the side of rocky mountains, which crumbled into the sea 1000 ft. below me. Massive mountains appeared like New York City apartment buildings, equally alive and interesting, when I turned corners. These mountains, and a small monastery, hung over the ...
... won't to an information desk, and asked about hotels. We booked a hotel in Porto Venere. None of us had ever been to Porto Venere, and when we got there, we all got out of the car and stared. 'Woahhhh...' Becky said (she'd been saying that a lot lately. It gets on my nerves.). We were in a little village right by the sea, with salmon pink, and dusky yellow houses. The houses were so close together, you couldn't fit a car in between them and you could ...