Day 10 - Orta
24.07.2012 - 24.07.2012 34 °C
Mum had found out about a local market in our village so we got up early to go.
I had the shock of a lifetime when I went to the shower block - the toilets are holes in the ground and the showers only run for two and a half minutes before they stopped and you had to go outside to reset them. Not fun.
We were in the village for nine, expecting a market full of local farmers selling their produce. In fact, the market was a van selling cheese, a man with fruit and veg and a second hand clothes stall. And that was it. Tom brought some cheese and salami and mum brought some veg, and after a coffee at the cafe we resided to the tent for lunch. A very good lunch, actually - we had crusty bread and cheese and crips and mum made some sort of salad for her and dad. The sun was scorching, verging on too hot, but we enjoyed a relaxed afternoon reading. In the evening we found a pizzeria, great pizzas and more bridge - again, dad and I slaughtered mum and Tom. We went back to the tent and Tom and dad went on mosquito hunt. The Bolshaw Insect Obliterabion Serivice succeed and there were no bites during the night. That said, dad already has nineteen, Tom has eight, mum has six but I've scraped by with just one, and I think that may have been an ant.
Great day, relaxed and enjoying the sun.