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... which we didn’t actually want. The evening was lovely and the restaurant gradually became full. Italians certainly go out to dinner later. After this Toni drove around and showed us the city centros for Circello and Castelpagano – both very pretty, well lit and clean – lovely piazzas and so on. All is great WE JUST DON’T WANT TO EAT ANY MORE!
Monday, October 27, 2014
This morning we drove back to Zia Giovanina’s and with ...
to those of you other than my relatives the next 4 days will be mainly family details - but you are welcome to read it.
October 24, 2014: It was colder this morning and we left Caserta with relative ease although it is still full of crazy drivers. We did mainly rural areas – it was cooler, cloudier and then foggier. However the countryside was very pretty and we didn't get lost. It was great recognizing names like Campobasso, Circello, Selvapiano etc as ...
... of this town, taking a video clip in front of an unusual war memorial with a metallic sculpture that looks like a giant tail of sorts.
It’s been quite a day: 6 rather uninteresting towns, and one amazing town that more than made up for the rest. ...
... up to a better life. But when you see too many of these fellows, it’s a worrying sight—at some point there’ll be so many that none of them will be able to make any money and when that happens, they’re going to start getting desperate and ugly things can start happening. It’s not like they can just hop on a bus and go home—they’re here illegally and here on a one way ticket.
As I head out north through the ...
... who has decided to spend his retirement years… picking up trash. Yep, he’s put together a little volunteer organization to clean up Orta di Atella.
"Everybody just sits around waiting for the government to do something about our trash problem. I figured: why don’t we the citizens do something? And that’s what I’m ...