Week 17th to 23rd April 2017 2nd chance- everyone, thing, place deserves one?? Thursday 20th April we gave Italy that 2nd chance to redeem itself in our eyes and world after leaving the country one month earlier with the Italy Lonely Planet guide bouncing off the custom officers head to cries of “ and don’t think we’ll be back here again” Real reason… after … [Read more...] about 2nd Chance
13th March to 19th Long Way Home Update! We woke up with this as our view after our first night o Elba.The island of Elba is one of the loveliest places you can go in Italy, a myriad of beautiful beaches to suit all tastes sandy, pebbly and all types in between. The main town of Portoferraio has a luminosity about it with a wonderful fortress, Martello tower and a lovely … [Read more...] about ‘La vita è bella’ Italy in a motorhome.
Week 6-12th March 2017 With the cultural and ruin overload of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Naples not to mention the dirt plus grime of these places some peace, quiet and space was called for and so we headed to a seaside spot by the name of Sabaudia. A dull town by LP’s description but its point of merit was being in the Parque Nazionale del Circeo-85k of sand dunes, rocky … [Read more...] about What This Olde Thing
Feb 20-26th We had decided to extend our stay in Sicily by a day for the simple reason that the Tuesday was to be a brighter, sunnier day and the view from Castlemola the hilltop town even higher then Taormina was said to have spectacular views of Mt Etna. So we spent the rather dull Monday food shopping but also venturing slightly further along the coast on … [Read more...] about It’s The Little Things
Having arrived in Sardinia on a very chaotic Grim Boat we left on a well-organised Trim one, we have to recommend Tirrenia Lines. However, enough about leaving, what does Sardinia hold for the winter motorhome adventurer? Though most things are closed and getting facilities can be an issue, you can overcome this with relative ease. Now we are on a new leg of our adventure and … [Read more...] about From Grim to Trim, Sardinia to Sicily