Laurino is a small village in the mountains. Whenever I think of Laurino recall one of my favourite tales from my childhood of “Heidi”. What sticks in my mind about Heidi was that her sick friend regained good health only after she was brought to live in the mountains. The fresh crisp air and theContinue reading “Views from Laurino”
There are so many places here that I have not been, and it never ceases to amaze me when I come across something new. It’s a great feeling don’t you agree? We popped in to visit my husband’s Aunt the other day, and she told us about some caves that are at the back ofContinue reading “Caves in Laurino”
Are you a jazz enthusiast? Then you may consider taking a trip to Laurino in Cilento, Italy between the 6th and 9th of August 2012. I could not make it this year, so of you do go, be sure to let me know what you thought?
Its a steep and windy drive … to say the least! But very scenic. Snow still on the ground in some parts. The cat sat perched on the gate here was asserting his or her territory – the guard dog is in the case, the guard cat!
Saturday 26 February 2011, Laurino, Italy My grandma-in law, Rosa Marino celebrates her 100th birthday with family for a special lunch. She is pictured here with her brand new grandson Gabrielle.The afternoon was followed by a special celebration Mass after which the local residents and friends all gathered for a party to celebrate the affair. Continue reading “A 100 years today!”