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... outside the hairdresser it was the same, going around corners the driver toots, this is to warn oncoming traffic that I am coming.
We saw several incidences of lava flows from the 1991/93 eruption, this lasted a long time & was different in that it came from a sequence of exploding deep in the ground, apparently it looked like fireworks. There is lava flow every 3 years & a big one very 10, last one in 2001, so it's ...
Energy is very expensive, they are trying to become self sufficient through solar & wind turbines but they predominantly buy their electricity from Germany & Switzerland, if you build a house & try to be self sufficient you get a tax rebate.
About 5 years ago there was an issue with garbage piling up in Naples so to solve this the Italians paid ...
... secondary road for about 10km and then we hit the beach. Wow. Umbrella areas set up in front of cafes and huts. The umbrellas were grouped in their colours - yellow and green, yellow and white, red and blue. A marvelous sight, just like you see in magazines and in the movies. There were heaps of people on the beaches, sun baking on the banana lounges and swimming in the beautiful blue water.
Our first stop was at a little village ...
Hi everyone today we dr0ve to Ancona to catch the ferry to Croatia. On the way we stopped at a typical Italian beach covered in deck chairs and umbrellas. We chose a place for lunch and set up on the deck chairs for a while on the beach. There are so many chairs that unless you are in the front row you cant actually gaze at the beach you just look at the back of other peoples deck chairs. Also because you are all so close together its a bit ...
... century villa in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, fresh croissants and coffee for breakfast, a lovely German Shepherd named Margo who sleeps at the front door and walks us to the gate when we leave and arrive and lovely hosts, an elderly couple Bruno and Fiamennta who are 5th generation owners of the property.
Words cannot describe Tuscany, it's a postcard at every turn and the view from Fiosole down to Florence is amazing, such ...