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Monte Erice, Trapani

Erice is a small medieval town on top of Mount Erice. It is fortified with a wall. The monks in the old monastery were famous for making the “mustazzoli” biscuits. 37 more words

Goat Cheese and Cashews with Honey and Lemon Salt


This mix of fresh favors was made with memories of Turkey and Sicily. Snack food, dessert, lunch….

Travel Eats

Cefalù, etc.

Well, hello, Italy. It’s a pleasure to see you again. Although there are those out there who would say Sicily isn’t really Italy, or if it is, it’s a weird second cousin floating around way down there in the Mediterranean, far closer to Africa than Rome. 2,145 more words

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Kudos to the newly-established Balkan Network of Science Journalists for becoming member of the World Federation

Many participants of the two editions of the school started discussing in Belgrade and in Podgorica about working together to improve the «quality of critical and ethical science coverage in the media» in the Balkans and South East Europe. 200 more words

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This is Segesta (And Erice)

The picture of my daughters and I laboring up an Erice alley is exactly what it looks like.  We are not checking for dog poop.  This was the tail end of a brutally hot day that involved hiking to the majestic Segesta temple.   178 more words

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Inter Versiculos in Sicilia

What a week! Excuse my language but writing in Latin verse is fucking hard. I have so much new respect for Latin poets. It’s agonizing to write one line that makes somewhat sense, I can’t even imagine writing an epic filled with literary elegance. 2,838 more words

Classics

It is an understatement to say that we covered a lot of ground in traipsing around this chaotic, decadent, sultry and charming city of Palermo. I’d hate to calculate the miles that we walked but we had a grand time. 1,056 more words

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