Hotel Il Melograno
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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 ...
On Monday I arrived just outside of castellammare del golfo, a small town an hour and half out of Palermo. I'm staying with a guy originally from Naples called Giodarno, who I think built the house himself, or at least the !majority of it, and is constantly constructing different parts of the building. There is a Swedish guy who has been here for the last month and a Polish guy who I think has been here around 3 months but was here originally around ...
... taken and good wishes exchanged. We took Vittorio's preferred route to Sciacca, the fishing village where he gets his crustaceans which was a beautiful rural meander through vineyards, olive groves and hedgerows full of wild flowers. We were amused to encounter four men and a tractor en route cutting back these beautiful hedgerows for no obvious reason; there were hundreds of miles of poppies, daisies and oleanders on these back roads so they would make ...
... I am carrying in my panniers, results in me doing wheelies most of the way up. I have given to ignoring these flights of fancy and waiting for Ian to catch up at the next junction.
Alcamo, when we eventually got there, was a pleasant surprise: pretty town with lots of young people and busy bars. Ian took a particular fancy to a bright orange drink served in a fruit bowl and drunk exclusively by teenage girls; he sent me off to find out what it was ...
... the following morning by cable car, we could book a hotel in Erice and take the cable car now, we could book a hotel in Erice and cycle the 2,200 feet up the mountain. Ian was keen to try the cycling and had been filling up with crisps or ( or chips' as the Italians refer to them) and I acquiesced. We had our usual fun and games courtesy of Rob Bryden, the Satnav, who had Ian visiting deserted back streets pursued by rabid dogs. We passed the entry of the ...
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