This us a common. Table setting when we come into a restaurant.
I couldn’t resist ordering Baba de camelo. When I translated it to camel’s drool I was too intrigued to resist! I thought Google Translater had made a mistake but it was correct. It was a caramel sabayon. Quite sweet but not sickly and light.
The poncho kid.
Anne getting something out of my backpack.
I am a keen walker and traveller. I love to explore and learn about new people, places and cultures with a sense of joy and gratitude for this fortunate life. I believe walking is a wonderful way to really connect with the present and the beauty of the world that surrounds us. It makes me happy.
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2 thoughts on “Apulia”
Well on the way!!
No snow thank goodness a la UK coast to coast !!!
Good walking and blessings for you feet xx
Yes heading into day three. Hard surfaces most of the way and no shade. It is low 20s and not too many pilgrims. Very different staying in hotels all the time too.