Springtime in Siracusa

3 May

Papyrus

3 Responses to “Springtime in Siracusa”

  1. neilfreer May 29, 2012 at 1:11 am #

    Hi, guys,
    If you haven’t seen it already I highly recommend a book titled 1434 by Gavin Menzies. I have it on Kindle and I think it’s also in paperback. A huge Chinese fleet sails into the Mediterranean and radically changes European and Mediterranean history. And the version we have been taught. Italy and Greece deeply involved.
    Fwiw, all three of my books are on Kindle now. Good that you can sample first ehehe
    Breaking the Godspell
    God Games: What Do You Do Forever?
    Sapiens Rising: The View From 2100
    Neuroglyphs: Molecular Songs in the Key of Zero G (poetry) is available for reading at
    http://www.mindmined.com
    Don’t blame me , it’s my tight genes..
    Love from Fanta Se
    Neil

  2. Charlotte Duckett May 5, 2012 at 5:10 am #

    Thanks for including us in your blog–what a wonderful experience you’re having. Great pictures & fascinating stories of the culture & people.
    Hugs, Charlotte

  3. runningfam May 3, 2012 at 2:53 pm #

    Thanks for posting these beautiful photos! I’m living vicariously through you two…
    love & hugs, emily

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