I seem to be gearing up for a full Trapani report in the strangest way – first the pictures, now these peculiar observations. If you’re looking for Trapani information, including where to eat and traveling around the area, please check back and/or do a word search for “Trapani” in the window on the home page. I gotta get this out of my system, though!
Join me after the jump for things I noticed, and can probably be explained by someone who knows way more about Sicily than I do. Me? I just like noticing things and wondering about them.
1. The overwhelming majority of people we saw were either very old, or very young. People from, say, 20-55 years old seemed nonexistent.
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Here is a map I drew of my Carrefour supermarket.
Sure, everybody knows Paris. People swoon when you say Paris. But even the French Riviera – which in my experience is the thing that people know the most after Paris – is not nearly as touristed as the many cities in Italy that people feel they “must see”
I just spent the most hallucinatory three hours getting back to Mandrione from Trastevere. Here are some things I witnessed:
So, when I’m in the States my mom and I watch House Hunters and House Hunters International.
Three days on Isla del Sol, in Lake Titicaca; natural beauty and Inca legends
Differences in daily life between Canada and Peru
Iquitos: the largest and most popular jungle destination in Peru
Madrid's Festival of San Isidro has morphed from a religious procession to a full scale arts festival