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... couple from America. We were given a bit of a debriefing and some instructions in case of a difficult landing and then we stood back and watched as they began to inflate the balloon. They first filled it will cold air and then heated it up with a giant blow torch to make it rise. At this point we all climbed, ever so ladylike, into the basket. Far out !!!! I was, am still am, in shock that I did this and that the kids got it ...
... there. However, Montisi wasn’t on any map I had looked on and, as I had discovered, Google maps were not a good directional tool. I was starting to wonder why on earth we were driving so far and for what. As we rounded one bend while on the autostrada we saw beautiful Lake Tresimeno which was much larger than I had imagined it to be. Maybe they had booked a boat or sailing cruise for me??? We took a turn off that Saach had ...
Today was the last day for many people who had been at the school for awhile. I was one of the few (if not the only) person who had been there for just 1 week. There were tears and hugs and good byes, as new friends said goodbye. About 25/30 of us went to Trattoria di Cagnano for a farewell lunch. It was nice and very interesting. I sat next to one of the teachers and another guy that was in my class. He was from Brazil and he could speak portugese ...
... other hand, I have met some beautiful, funny and open people that really just have great lives. And they have been awesome too.
I have just walked up and down cobblestone streets, passed people eating at outdoor restaurants, a few people strolling through the streets hand in hand and as I came over the hill to my turn off, I was hit with a full moon lighting up the way and the twinkling lights of the farm houses and little villages in the distance. ...
I lived a dream today.
Firstly though, class was good but a little overwhelming. It is quite hard at times but I am still loving it. I then ended up at La Pentolaccia having Picci pasta with rabbit sauce for lunch with a group of young kids from all over the place. Three were from an American college who were spending 3 months in Montepulciano studying Italian as part of their college program, 1 Scottish girl who had ...
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