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... how sustainable their practice is and what they’re fishing for and just what a day in the life is like. This was my first real use of Italian on the trip and it was really cool. I went to the docks that probably had about 20 fishing boats docked on it, just in from their day of fishing. They bring in their catch, hose it off, then sell it to the public on the dock with everything still alive and flopping. Lemme tell yah, they don’t teach sustainable ...
... Nanna.) We met Fr Z's aunt & 2 cousins - we're almost family now too! He showed us where JPII was shot in the square in 1983. We went separate ways inside the Basilica, but bumped into each other 3 more times! Given the size of the Basilica (probably 6 times St Mary's) that's no small coincidence.... No photo (esp on an iphone) will do justice to the Basilica, its magnitude and beauty, from Michelangelo's Pieta and other ...
We had a little mini break in the middle of our time at the villa - three days and two nights away exploring more of Tuscany. Today was the first day of the trip and after a quick breakfast we set off around 9ish. (All the countryside photos were taken through the car windows as we hadn't time to ...
... day to relax
and put our feet up. At 7pm we go to a pub with Jeffrey and Anne. After the
amazing food we got our desert it was sticky date pudding with half a litre of
caramel sauce. We said our goodbyes and went home for a cup of tea and talk to
Michael because it was our last day. The next morning we say goodbye to Michael
and head to Gaby and Dale’s house in Surrey.
After a 10 hour drive south we get to Gaby
and Dales. We arrived there ...
... see that the first time I went. Wow, it was awesome! Synagogues, kosher restaurants, yamikas, and hebrew filled the streets. I ate a falafel, and even toured the synagogue. It was pretty awesome to see Judaism in Europe, I think I'll try to go to all the Jewish Quarters when I travel! But before I knew it, 3 days had gone by and it was off to Pisa.
Pisa in one word: NIGHTMARE. It was literally the sketchiest city I've ever been in. First of all, there was literally nothing ...