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The Valley of the Temples: Ancient Sicily

By on December 4, 2013

A short description of the emotions walking inside the ancient valley, back in time and surrounded by a magical history.

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The Salt Flats in Trapani, Sicily

By on December 4, 2013

The beautiful salt flat near Trapani, which we discovered in spring 2013, when we were visiting Sicily. The traditional methods of salt mining still continue today. The Museo del…

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Palermo Love: Part 2 (and Leaving Sicily) (sniff*)

By on June 11, 2013

 
To continue with how engaging and unusual Palermo is, we need to go into a little background on where we actually stayed. We found Palermo to be similar to…

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Discovering Palermo

By on June 2, 2013

There will be a lot of time-lapsing between now-now and the past week. Be patient. I promise Palermo is worth it.
Yesterday was a day of days, with an unbelievable…

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Italian TV Wakes Up Our Sunday

By on May 19, 2013

This morning we woke to a media circus, since the biggest Italian TV channel had its live Sunday show filmed at the salt flats today.

The crowds included: mini-judo practitioners;…

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Old Temples, New Connections and Marsala: Discovering Sicily

By on May 14, 2013

Discovering Sicily: the past week has taken us to a sprawling estate replete with an old farm equipment museum; the Valley of the Temples and now Marsala. 

The la Maddelena was…

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He Said, She Said: An Appreciation for Gardening

By on May 4, 2013

Here are our two versions of the same experience:

He Said Gardening: Not Only Digital
In this journey there always something that takes your interest. And it’s not only digital.

Passing many…

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A Grand Italian Canyon, Sicilian Styles

By on April 27, 2013

Sicilians have a curious habit of apologizing for the weather. If it’s not painstakingly, sparkling blue with sunshine beating down, they feel responsible for it.
Sarah explained this to me,…

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‘Everythings Possible in Cassibile’

By on April 19, 2013

I’m sitting in a ‘nomad camp’ writing this. It’s basically Mork and two other vans. In Montana we’d call them Missoula hippies (5 people in 2 vans with 4…

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Mama Etna’s In a Mood, We Found a Paradise

By on April 13, 2013

At the moment, I’m wearing ‘essence of (pardon me, kids) pissed off Etna. We stayed in a seaside town last night, took an early morning stroll through- and I’m…

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‘Mama’ Etna and Farm B & Bs

By on April 9, 2013

As some of you know, we’re staying at a very honest-to-goodness ‘agrofarm.’ Typically in Italy, an agrofarm is simply a B & Bs that farms land and sells products…

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I’m Not Italian; I’m Sicilian

By on April 6, 2013

We’ve finally arrived in Sicily, or I can say my ‘homeland.’ My dad was born here, as was my granddad and many other components of my family from my…