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Monthly Archives: March 2007
..who speaks of her time in Dijon, that started in 1929: It was there that I learned it is blessed to receive, as well as that every human being, no matter how base, is worthy of my respect and even … Continue reading
Sea urchin (“UNI!!” shrieked the sushi-eaters), part of Friday’s lunch. One of our speakers said he’d prefer to refer to the place we’ve been calling Puglia by its alternate and more ancient name, Apulia. We were rich in speakers this … Continue reading
Wednesday’s schedule included a trip to la Riserva di Torre Guaceto where olive trees and other growing things are being protected. The olive trees we saw were at least 500 years old, and were part of a scheme to involve … Continue reading
Greetings from Puglia, where pigs fly.Here in the heel of Italy, the weather has turned wet and cold and I have passed on a trip to Lecce to catch up with a few things. Naturally now that I have made … Continue reading