I told myself I'd do a wonderful photo diary of each place I went to in Italy, so here it is.
Here we can see the photographer in his natural habitat.
Over here we can see a lady holding her tatas at the fountain.
This is a photo of how happy I was in Bologna. Direct your eyes away from the armpit fat that just seems adamant about squeezing out of my top. Is there a muffin top version of armpit fat? Facts to ponder upon guys...
2. VeniceVenice was stunning when you step out of the station. The sparkling water in the canals just blind your eyes, and everything smells like sea, water and sun tan lotion. We stayed at a wonderful place called Corte Loredan, which was so ghetto on the outside, but it was so cosy and cold and clean on the inside.
Here's a picture while we were waiting for Lisa and Peter to come to meet up with us!
Our glamorised sampan was 25 euros a person, and they don't care if you want a discount or not. So that's 100 euros, or RM400 for a sampan. But that 45 minutes was a nice peaceful break from all the walking, and I thought it was quite worth the money. If you don't want to spend so much, they do one at 20 euros a person for 30 minutes. It's worth the wonderful pictures too!
We stayed at Lima in a one star hotel in Milan. We basically shopped till we dropped in Milan because there wasn't much to do. We paid 7 euros to climb up the Duomo to see the whole of Milan and went to the Castello Sforzesco and the park round the corner. It rained from the park and through the night, and we had to order Japanese takeout to the hotel in broken Italian and it worked!
The Castello Sforzesco was fab at the opening but we mostly spent time in the park because it was so wide and beautiful.
Part Two coming up teehee.