Travel Blogs from San Vito lo Capo
... lightly fried followed by fresh pasta with mussels and seafood were devoured quickly. The calamari was sweet and tender and possibly the best We have ever eaten. This was accompanied with a bottle of local Sicilian white wine and a complimentary lemoncello. We headed back to the ship with full bellies and light heads, which led to an afternoon nap. As we set sail for ...
Today we left for Marsala. A gorgeous day for riding. Two couples decided to join Janet, John and I on the ride and I was given the "honor" of leading the pack. I don't really mind but trying to negotiate Palermo traffic, watch the GPS and keep track of 3 other motorcycles, all whilst two up, is not an easy or fun task. I did, however, get us all through and out of Palermo without losing anyone or anyone getting hurt. ...
... such as Genovesi.
At Erice's peak, the tower and turrets of 12th-century Castello di Venere look over cliffs and the lights of Trapani harbour. A brutal wind keeps us away from the edge. It's quiet in Erice this night, in this weather. I imagine it packed with coach tours on mid-summer days.
... pizza and the chance to wash away a day's worth of dust and sand.
Their home is large and filled with heirlooms, rugs and original courtly paintings. The garden is an olive grove and orchard. Dinner tonight is called in a augmented by delicious home-marinated olives, and wine provided by the family.
... are on offer from various stands, though our
choices are gone by 9.30pm. Participants buy a voucher for €10 to
exchange for a dish of couscous, a dessert and glass of wine. A local
band play Sicilian accordion favourites in Piazza Marinella and we get
roped into dancing. It's all good spirited, a late-night family event of