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Thursday, October 30, 2014
We had another great day. Slower start and then we drove firstly to Ostuni – this is a white hilltop town about 30 minutes south from Alberobello. BTW Alberobello means beautiful tree and there are sure plenty round here. Craig and I first saw Ostuni from a distance on the train and I was very keen to see it. The drive was lovely even with the rain, and along the way we saw many very old olive trees with very thick trunks. After parking we ...
... texts to keep us entertained! Meals on our lovely terrace are off the agenda today, but we've had a nice lunch of leftovers at the inside dining table (seats 8 too), using up the food before we leave tomorrow. We have an eye on those dark clouds too, hoping to make a longer walk to the cemetery outside the old city walls (abandoned yesterday due to an approaching rainstorm) and the famous church beside it. We might even get to a concert of new music tonight! There's been ...
... parks, but always to adventure. Her unwavering faith in me on this trip and in life have sustained me even when I doubted.
Second, thanks to Christian at Crazybikez.com in Innsbruck for the used rental bikes he sold us for this trip. They performed flawlessly. Christian prepped the bikes, supplied tool kits and was very patient with my many questions via email. If you ever need rental ...
... in 26 days which averages to 71.7 kilometers per day. Or for those of you that are metrically challenged, that is 1,159 miles or 44.3 miles per day.
Another significant stat, and probably more important, is that this fall marks 30 years since Susan and I first met. This trip has been a tremendous way to celebrate that ...
... when we were told that there were heaps of the chairs left and that all passengers could upgrade! We climbed the stairs to our level where there were three rooms filled with around 150 chairs each - almost all of them empty. We selected a row at the front of the room, with extra leg room and a power point nearby and locked our bags to the chairs to claim our space before heading down to the ferry bar.
I don't think that most of the people realised about the ...