Travel Blogs from San Benedetto Del Tronto
5. Rice. Chimichangas. Mashed potatoes.
6. Anything that doesn't contain wheat...
7. Not being stared at like a zoo animal whenever I open my mouth.
8. Not being stared at like a zoo animal even when I don't open my mouth. Their socially acceptable behavior is not socially acceptable.
9. Receiving a smile back when I pass ...
... I made it through the night, which was a miracle! Sam started to fade out around 4AM so I sat with her head in my hand for a couple of hours. What are friends for? When she woke back up she was ready to rally. We walked outside and saw the most breathtaking sunrise I have ever seen. It made staying up all night worth it. The sun was bright red and watching it rise over the sea was magical.
... right. A few hours later the baskets of flowers are full, we have breakfast, and it's time to go to the lab and start pulling out the stigmas.
Let me back up, the people here are the best part of this workaway. We have Casper, Anne, Mels and Fillipa, or as I call them, the Saffron Family. Mels is a typical five year old boy, full of energy and mischief. Fillipa is blonde, cute and surprises you with her husky laugh full of gusto. Casper and Anne are the ...
... were disappointed that the service had no music at all. Still quite interesting.
The regional food fair was interesting too. Lots of cheese, meats, candies, and canned vegetables We found the Giant Olive booth to be funny as they were deep frying the giant olives stuffed with tuna in there.
Traveling to Sulmona tomorrow.
Rich & Kara
... for awhile. Found the 43 parallel along the way in Grottomare. It is the perfect location time wise with 9 hours of sunlight in the winter and 15 hours of sunlight in the summer.
We decided to be adventurous and not use the navigation system for bit. We found a Medieval hilltop town called Torre di Palme. It was extremely tiny but very nice to walk through. We even popped into a small church there ...