Serra San Bruno
Travel Blogs from Serra San Bruno
I woke up, early and packed my bags. Davide was fast asleep and I had heaps of time left so I packed his bags too.
We went down for breaky and then headed over to SGDG for our last lunch here. She made my favourite, stuffed eggplant and pasta and then we had to say our goodbye's.
We began our drive. We weren't sure if we were going to stop for the night. It just depended how tired we were. ...
... was taking us to a pizza place for dinner! :)
It was by the water at a marina. All outdoors. The weather was perfect and the view was lovely.
We ordered 4 different toppings to go on a metre of pizza:
1. Sausage and chips
2. Hot salami
3. Davide (no joke.... It was ricotta and salami
4. Capriciosa (olives, mushrooms, ham, artichoke hearts)
"Davide" was sooooo yummy! The ...
... 7 children... And so the story begins! :o
When we got back to Salvatore and Carmelina's house, we tried to do a family tree of all the members I didn't know. Some names they couldn't remember so we did as much as we could. A neverending story..... :|
Then, we went to the beach again as it would probably be our last chance. We did the usual, baking, throwing rocks and swimming. This time, we sat a ...
... off me! :o It wasn't much though.
Then, Davide found some cats and dogs on the road and started playing with them. Hahahaha!
When we got back to Carmelina's house, Domenica took us to the shops. We were there for a good 1 hour or so and then.... I started getting tired. Uh ohhh... :( The boys dropped me off at home for a sleep ^_^ and they went to watch the soccer match of Juventus.
... have carried it away yesterday. :( We collected a little bit with my tweezers that I bought from the room but we didn't collect much. The more it sat in the sun without water, the more we began to realise it was probably just mica. Oh well! It was fun! :)
After a while, Davide grew bored and started covering me with rocks.... -.- So I got him back and SMOTHERED him, head to toe ...