Villaggio Magic Nicotera
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... t recognize you.. you will be stopped and have to explain exactly whose child you are and who their parents are and relatives ect. every family in spilinga has nicknames so the people of the town can easily determine who you are related to. Why? I am thinking because everyone is tecnically related in that town with the same last names and same first names... everyones name is either ...
... looking scrub forested land.
The highway stops for services were much like we have in North America and no matter what angle I tried I could not make them very photogenic!
Our B & B, as it is self described, needed for us to have four pair of sharp eyes to see the turn off sign and a ring of the entry gate to allow us to enter. we have pleasant motel style rooms in the middle of nowhere, but quiet we assume unless there are more trains or roosters than ...
... The owner, Salvatore, was a real character, and insisted we eat lunch when we arrived at 4pm - Nuka had a gamberi pasta (Domenica eating prawns!!!!), Lia a Carbonara, Paolo Vongole and I had a Sicilia pasta - wonderful home cooked food with homemade bread out of Salvatore's pizza oven. We were instructed to report back for pizzas had 9.30pm, which we duly did, after lying down for a few hours to mentally ...
We had a better sleep last night and we were greeted by chocolate cake and fruit tart. Don wrapped some quickly in serviettes to have for later. Our day trip to the beach of Marina di Giosiva Ionoca begins. We dropped into a large shopping centre first and found a Maccas. I had some fruit salad and Don a coffee. The girl who served us had parents living in Adelaide. We then went to the beach area which had the umbrellas etc and a grey type ...
... souvenirs and panini for our fritters and headed to the montania. Again the roads were narrow, winding and steep. We found a spot to eat and the farmer came out to see what we were doing. Next stop the cemetery for nearly 2 hours. We saw graves of people who had names of people who settled into Biloela. Rinaldis, Zangari, Zavaglia, La Rosa, Ardonato, Scali, were all there. We then drove in the direction of Giosica Ionica and had a cornetto at a local shop. As we ...