Agriturismo Zio Cristoforo
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Francesco's mother, Lena made us a delicious breakfast of pastries, ham and cheese, juices and cappuccinos while we waited for Francesco to arrive in his car to take us touring. The 50 minute ride to the Vannulo mozzarella farm was enlightening as we chatted continuously with Francesco about family life, customs, politics, etc in this part of Italy. He was grateful for the opportunity to practice using his English and was a ...
... and put them in prisons for an indefinite amount of time. We don't take in 'illegal immigrants' from Africa. They all carry Ebola, or could. Truth is, they're all darker skinned, and Australia is still in the thick of the White Australia Policy, we just don't call it that anymore. The Italians have immigrated a lot in their history. Because of war and poverty. Because of a desire for a change of scenery. Because of politics. Because of family. Australia is made up of ...
Beautiful campsite on the beach chilling for five days after a busy couple of weeks in Rome and Napoli... Just had a lovely morning with Linda and Patrick from Belguim, nice people... The Drone has been back in the air showing the coastline we are now on just past The Amalfi Coast, next stop Sicily just the 6hr drive to get down ...
... raving about the marvelous dinner... We called Manuel, who came to take the third chop down for himself. "Oh la-la! This is too much for me.... Are you sure?" He said as he disappeared with the remainder the pork chops pot. By this time, Jacques had devoured all the meat, and sauce on his plate, and moved on to the potatos and salad.... But was not eating at a much slower pace. I had planned bananas foster for dessert, but everyone was too full, so ...
... unlucky - it wasn't open yet - even though the owner had promised the day before that it would be! We jumped in the car and headed down to the other shop we had seen. After a long round about drive through back streets (circumnavigating the sassi via one way roads) we got there, and were very happy to find that Andy's choice of lamp was there! One down, we headed back to the first shop to check if she was there yet, and were lucky! Two ...