Travel Blogs from Pordenone
Whether you're eating pizza in a fast food joint with plastic silverware in the basement of Milan's train station or at a pizzeria on the patio in posh Cortina, use your knife and fork. Under no circumstances should you use your hands to pick up the ...
... no joy and in all honesty I think it became too much for him so he went back inside and raised the barrier so we didn't have to pay. The rest of our drive passed with no further problems and we got to our campsite which is on a lake but which we are only using as a stopover for one night as we are off to Austria tomorrow. After a bad start Italy has definitely improved and we have really enjoyed our time here. We did quite a few city ...
... and Laura placed 14th
despite not having a clean run.
Tim had decided not to run, so it was quite funny hearing
the commentator saying “We are waiting for Tim Robertson, he needs to be here
soon to make the podium” while Tim was lying on the team rug watching the
We had a pasta lunch at the event centre. It was fascinating
seeing the old army cookers, fueled by fire that were used to cook up the 40
gallon drum ...
... 8230;16 minutes to the first control did make me wonder whether
jet-lagged orienteering was a good idea! Then I started around a loop in the
wrong direction. I was pleased to finish in 1 hour 45 mins despite being slow
in the slippery, rocky terrain. Was surprised to have beaten several other
runners (5th out of 8).
Tim wasn’t running because of his twingy ...
... is obviously a risk for Tom with his fussiness, the first course was a salad with cold Veg and the second was Chicken with Rice and Mushrooms - It was (Tom says apart from the rice which he ate, it was much like Sarah's experience in the Cable car just with less sweating!!) the best food we have had all trip!!
We are really looking forward to the rest of our time in Italy, next stop is Venice...