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... t worth me getting stuff to cook with just for one night, as i would have to carry it with me, so settling on fruit juice and yoghurt for breakfast, I went for a relaxing snooze by the sea.
In the evening i decided to go to the marina to a fish restaurant (la cambusa), where I has a trio of smoked fish and then an amazing seafood pasta dish using busiate, a typed of coiled pasta. Yummy!
This morning I decided again to take it easy, so ...
... ago with help x. They are both here as friends, and apparently many other friends come to stay and help now and again.
The work is basically to do what I think needs doing... Help in the kitchen, helping to pull up weeds etc. Giodarno had to go to Palermo for 3 days, so when he gets back we will build a wall in the kitchen so that its not totally outdoors!
The last couple of days myself and Jet (the Swede) have been ...
... My gentle reverie was interrupted by the appearance of Ian in his swimming trunks, dripping water over the restaurant floor, in search of the key. Mrs Vittorio looked mildly disapproving but then shrugged her shoulders at this show of English eccentricity. An hour later and we were ready for the off. My references to Giorgio Locatelli the previous evening must have given the impression that we were famous food critics rather than hungry cyclists so lots of ...
... Golden Gate Bridge to Solselito. I concluded that I should have done more as I puffed into Monreale. The church, the cloisters and the ice cream were spectacular though. The journey continued uphill with Ian continuing to argue with his sat nav. It had the alarming habit of taking us off perfectly sensible roads in order to follow 'cycling friendly' ones. These usually involved narrow cobbled streets with steep gradients, which, as a result of the library of ...
... up the hill chasing some Italian tourists, paid our respects to the temple and the Greek theatre on the next hill, had focaccia for lunch and set off for Trapani. We climbed up another hill which had been the sight of one of Garibaldi's victories against the Bourbons in c1860 and coasted the fifteen miles into Trapani. There was not much going on in the city but we found a bar to consider our options for the evening: we could find a hotel in Trapani and ...
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