Apulia

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.

Author: fleetfootkath

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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