Residence dei Due Porti
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... clothed youngsters reading books and picnicking.
Decided to head back into the old town. Immediately walked into the Monday market. I get sucked into these things faster than you can say "old foreign **** for sale". Found some really cool stuff. Man, I'd have a well decorated pad if I lived here.
Stopped for pasta at a place called Pasta Basta. Stayed for about 2 hours, ok, maybe 3. Just drank wine and ...
... world. Steve's now asleep along side of me. The trips are long and can be a lot of fun, but are also really exhausting. Unfortunately I've caught the cold/flu thing that has been going around the bus, which has made me a little less talkative and enthusiastic than usual. When we get to Nice I need to visit a pharmacy which should be an interesting exchange with a French pharmacist. Trying to shake it though the cold nights in Switzerland haven't helped. ...
... accent" and started to chit chat with us. She gave us her whole schpeal (is that how it's spelled? Probably not) about how she was from Orlando and how she just quit her job to go on this trip around Europe. She mentioned that she started in London, made her way to Paris, the down to Barcelona and now was going to Nice which was exactly the same route we had taken. She started telling us how she was making her way to Greece where she was supposed to get on a cruise around the Greek ...
... once again lots of stairs to climb!
But the views were amazing – often a pretty sheer drop down into the Mediterranean.
All the villages were great – just traditional Italian houses and with narrow streets – various cats and dogs just lying in doorways, shops and cafes coming out of houses.
After leaving the villages we have headed a bit further north to San Remo on the Italian Riveria. ...
... of life taking time out for a new experience. Lingue Senza Frontiere, the company we were 'paid volunteers' for, also had a plethora of information to give and it was quite fun for me learning all the camp songs, although I do fear that my music memory has been invaded by children's songs...Oh well. Well all in all, we got a lot of information and hung out with some pretty awesome poeple so it was worth the hot weather and terrible ...