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... Lilino who was happy to see us.
Next we popped into Angela and Toni’s house – son of Maria & Vicenzo Golia. Of course they also want us to eat but we had to return to Lina and Toni’s for lunch as their son Libero was coming home from work. This was delicious and then at night we went back to Tonino & Angela's for what was supposed to be a light dinner but WAS NOT. Pleasant evening together. It certainly is cold here but we leave ...
... three children were beautiful and well-behaved and included Alessandro, Martina and the cutest, brightest daughter! Clearly there were too many names to remember so if you can fill me in Josy all the better. I will include photos. My Aunt and I had a good talk, she is a lot like mum. She gave me gifts and we had a cry but it was all lovely and easier than I expected. We found our way back to Lina’s house – it is a little challenging with hardly any roads ...
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Another day at home in Cisterna; more packing, washing and lots of ironing. We also got the package organized via DHL – sending it to Josy's place – thank you very much. It was quite complicated and expensive so I hope it all works. It does seem to be cooling a bit but is still warm. We leave for south to Caserta tomorrow and then to the mountains where mum and dad came from. ...
... spot of this region… So that’s where I’m headed today.
I catch a train to Marcianise where I stopped my hike north 5 days ago, and set off at a brisk pace across town heading east, through the fields and to the next town, San Marco Evangelista, where I do a quick concert in a modern playground/park next to the City Hall, and continue on up the road to my next ...
... 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 ...