Masseria Chicco Rizzo
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None of us slept very well, as we were comparing notes on "...the mosquito..."night. Each of us started our sleeping below, and one by one adjourned ourselves topside, with pillows, sleep-sacs and duvet covers in hand... These particular Mosquitos did not seem to bother us in the outside night air..... Thank goodness. Regardless of our pesky mosquitos, at 7:00a.m. Milena's engine roared to life, and we were off to a ...
... towns that seam to grow from the rock on the hill side. It was pretty amazing viewing and eventually we found a nice spot where we could park beach front for a dip. The water was refreshingly salty, and after having to pay 20c for a quick beach shower we were ready to hit the road. Our ferry was booked for the 21 from Brindisi so we decided to hit the southern coast for a look see before departing. Tommy was saying no tolls so even better news - however as we ...
... of my tour around the beautiful city filled with elegant baroque style churches, palaces, etc. are attached. I really enjoyed the look and feel of the city and would be happy to return for a longer stay, especially to be able to experience the city in the evening when things really start to come alive. This time, however, I was heading to a small town called Zollino and the Agricola Samadhi and Yoga In Salento Centre (YIS), for an ashtanga yoga retreat. During my extended ...
We arrived at Brindisi at around 8.30 after a bit if a hot night on the boat. The ferry was OK but the AC in the cabin was poor, though a man said it could have been changed; maybe.... The cabin itself was good and the crossing smooth but it was bit a short hot night. Getting off the boat was also slow, not helped but unbelievably stupid lot who managed to have an accident on the boat deck due to impatience.... ...
... of the old city at the gate to the city. However, when the map was installed, it was discovered the map dated from the late 19th century. So the square built by Mussolini in 1939 (the main square) was not on the map. But in true Italian style (the guide's words, not mine), they decided to leave the out-dated map in place.
On our way back to Alberobello, we took a detour to visit Ostuni - called the 'white city' due to its ...