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Having finished our lunch in Civita we make our way to Morano Calabro another hilltop town in Calabria. I'm really keen to visit as it's the first town in Calabria on this trip that I have never visited. It's wonderful discovering new places they add a new dimension to the holiday. The town is really pretty nestled on the side of a mountain, it has been named one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. We want to visit the castle and begin driving up but we miss the ...
It's market day again today, the sun is shining so it means that the markets will be large. We begin our day with coffee and pastries at the Black Wolf pub prepared lovingly for us by my cousin Guiseppe. Silvana and I begin wandering around the market while Michael decides to sit for a while longer checking emails. We meet up with relatives and friends, have brief chats and continue shopping. Silvana buys a few things and I manage to finally find a large tablecloth for my ...
... you!) haha it's not happening today! We order our meals of lamb, potato with capsicum and antipasto platter. The food is good especially the vegetables but we would have to say we haven't had a wow factor here in the south as yet! After our lunch we head back to Fagnano to have a siesta and to then go to the funeral.
The funeral is delayed by about 30 mins as the young priest who is only 33 years old is being kept very ...
it's Sunday and we have been invited to Cousin Marios for lunch on their countryside property where we enjoy al fresco dining with copious amounts of food! There is pasta an array of grilled meats, vegetables salads and sweets, sweets, tortes and fruit! it just keeps on coming and coming! It's also Alessio's 17 th birthday ...
... their children's children. There are kids there as young as 4 years old who are held over her coffin to give her a kiss. It's so different to how we do things in Australia and we have to say that if you are prepared from a young age to deal with death we can't help but think that it's just the better way to be. It's part of life they say and you have to say goodbye to the dead. They are aware that we do things differently in Australia and tell us that if we ...