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... over to Vulcano. It's a sparsely inhabited island due to its volcanic history. Now it resembles something of a moonscape. It is still possible to climb to the crater to see activity, and all around the island there are various signs of active volcanic life. Anoeta had told us about the mud bath. You can bathe in mud, wash it off, then plunge into warm springs in the sea. The mud holds special powers, improving the skin, fixing arthritic and rheumatic conditions, and ...
... can say they did! Then off to see the piazza di spagna and Spanish steps (also a little underwhelming due to the hundreds of street peddlers - they even started arguing with each other as they both offered me a rose at the same time and the church at the top of the steps was covered in scaffolding and canvas adverts!) we did see another wedding while we were there. We caught a taxi back and then fell into ...
... and black) which is cream filled cream puffs covered in chocolate mousse and then piled into a mountain and covered in chocolate ganache and topped with a fresh coat of icing sugar snow on the peak of the mountain. As if that wasn't enough out came cannoli, pastries and biscotti from zio Aldos shop! After two and a half hours, we rolled down the street to say goodbye to family friends who used to go hunting with Antonio's grandpa many years ...
After lunch with family we headed up with a first class, drive up to the top, locals pass with Andrea and Barbara to the Tindari to have a wander and view the old church which has been closed for nearly 100 years as it is perched precariously on the clifftop. It is open to the public occasionally and today we were lucky enough to see inside. We spent about an hour looking around and then headed up to see the Grecian ampitheatre and ...
After a late night ( or should I say early morning) yesterday we had a very slow start to the day, having brunch at 11. Went to the beach for a quick walk, chatted with an American couple who spend 5 months here every year and then a swim and home for gnocchi lunch at ...