Hotel Cala di Volpe
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... thing we call curushi...(spelling in dialect is not easy and if i was even close on that spelling i would be very surprised)
Overall it was nice to see my grandparents, uncle, aunt, cousins ect... not seeing your family for over 5 years is kind of crazy if you ask me!!!! Next time i go.. MUST be in summer.. the beach there is my favorite that i have ever been to. Maybe this summer?? Publish
... Sicily is a four lane freeway which is under construction, reconstruction and repair I would say for a good third of it. It is also a freeway with about 40 tunnels, followed by long loooong high bridges. Basically you run through mountains, then over river valleys and then once in a while drop to flat valley bottoms. Hillside towns run along beside you for part of the way, interspersed with rolling hills of olive groves, some vineyards, the occasional sheep herd and ...
... to the KZN coast. After one or two hairy, scary wrong turns, we found the ferry in San Giovanni and made the 20 minute crossing to Messina in Sicily - very exciting to start the Sicily portion of our trip, if a little apprehensive, as I never know whether the places we book online will be habitable and remotely resemble their descriptions..... will report back soon..... Will also upload pics when I find free ...
... But after passing several tumble weeds and creepy looking locals, we found the town center and my phone guided us to our hotel with its last bit of juice and then died as we entered the "lobby". No way we would've found it without it. The town was busy because they are in the middle of elections right now. This means a different candidate every night addresses the town from a tower two stories above, and talks to them for over an hour. He has a posse up there with him that clap ...
Here's Paul's update from May 6: Normal service will be resumed shortly.
Yesterday I set off from Paola for what was to be my final day's ride about 140 miles. I decided to go to Capo Vaticano for lunch. Again I was thwarted by the local caribinieri as every road I tried to get to my lunch destination was closed. As I was heading back to the main road, I heard a terrible sound coming from under my scooter. ...