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... lucky enough to hit a farmer's market, which I always think are very pretty. Mike found a fish store where the shrimp were still jumping, and a comic store with Calvin and Hobbes in Italiano. We walked around, had a pastry here and an espresso there and another espresso over there. We've both been amazed, BTW, at how generally cheap things are in this area - espresso 75 cents, bottle of water 50 cents, panini for 4 euros, etc. After ...
... so will just wander around and then sit in a piazza somewhere. And I am doing exactly that, a few sales on today, clothing mostly but I'm sure there a handbag I might need! Saw some sunflower espresso cups, desperately need those but suspect only 1/2 would get home so.... Left them at this ...
... it created an instant mold around people living their final moments. Over 2,000 years the bodies have long since decomposed, but they left behind these spaces where their bodies use to be. Archaeologists found these spaces and filled them with plaster. They then chiseled away the rock and found these plaster casts of people living the moment before they were covered. I was able to see some of these casts, which are absolutely eerie. However there is ...
Hard to believe but we drove from the Adriatic Sea at 9:30 this morning to arrive in Salerno on the Mediterranean by 12:30. Last night I did some calculating and discovered that we could fit fit 6 Italies north to south across Canada. We have driven over 3000 kilometers which doesn't seem too much for a month but the windy roads sure make it seem like more. The Amalfi Coast area is not a part of the country we expected to visit but I am glad we made it ...
... 3 lanes most of the way, and a speed limit of 130 kilometres. Most cars passed us! Which was getting to competitive Tony, I think. Anyway all was grand until we reached the coast and got off the freeway. As mentioned before, the public holiday meant crowds of people had headed to the coast for this perfect weather day. We took a wrong turn and ended up in a lane way enroute to some beach- we sat in the laneway traffic for about 40 minutes. Jen ...