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... any food, no milk for coffee (this is the real disaster!) and no dinner. What to do you ask? Well when you are traveling abroad you have to plan ahead for these little problems. I didn't. So what to do, well if you go on the autostrassa (big highways) then the service stations are open. I am observant. Off we go and find one that is open and grab some spaghetti and sauce, bread and milk. Good to go now (as long as there is coffee!).
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Isola d'Elba or Elba Island is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily. It is far away from the tourist-filled destinations of Siena, Pisa, or Florence and thus often overlooked by many. The easiest way to get there is to take a ferry from the industrial mainland town of Piombino to the port of Portoferraio in Elba. The name means 'Iron ...
... up for dinner. Prior to dinner, one of the leaders Howard gave a great explanation of the history of an olive oil orchard and their emphasis on quality. He brought 3 bottles for us to sample with our dinner. Very unique tastes that I would never think were olive oil - very flavorful and smooth. Dinner was unbelievable...there was again several antipasto dishes including breads, vegetables ...
... couldn’t be bothered with being polite anymore!
I headed off in the direction of Tivoli and it was all going so well. I got up into the mountains in the middle of nowhere and then, all of a sudden there was this almighty knocking noise coming from somewhere. I pulled over and checked for anything loose in the engine, or underneath but couldn’t find anything. I revved the engine, and all I could hear was normal noises. Thinking maybe it was just ...
... to a companion that he neglected to raise the barrier. Paul was accelerating, I screamed and Paul hit the brakes with mm to spare. After all that he still had to hit the horn before the fellow realised anything was amiss and raised the barrier.
Driving out across the coastal plain. Mostly fields of cut hay, some baled, some not. Fields of solar panels tucked in ...