How is November over already!

View of Scalea Historic Centre with mountains in the background and blue sky

Wow, we are getting very close to the end of the year. November has been quiet for us, staying at home most of the time, especially during the torrential rain and winds we have had. So we have basically only been out if someone invited us. It is strange looking back at the end of … Continue reading How is November over already!

October is supposed to be the beginning of autumn. Not in Calabria in 2022

Welcome to October in Scalea! This month we did a few trips. Visited a new place to eat. Saw the ship Vespucci, ate an amazing celebration cake and basked in the very warm sunshine. Macelleria Braceria Miceli We were invited by Tony and Rachel to a place we hadn’t been to before. It is called … Continue reading October is supposed to be the beginning of autumn. Not in Calabria in 2022

September we visited a river, a mountain town, thunderstorms and friends came to stay

September has disappeared so quickly. I guess being positive with Covid for 10 days didn’t help. Read more in my previous post for August here. Evan and Dee came to stay After being well and negative, we could finally enjoy living in Scalea again. Luckily the timing was perfect as our friends Evan and Dee … Continue reading September we visited a river, a mountain town, thunderstorms and friends came to stay

Summer is Hot in Calabria

sunset over town of Scalea

Firstly I want to apologise for this post being so late. We had friends staying with us, so they were our top priority and time has gone so quickly. But I will tell you about that in the post about August.   July was hot as usual, not reaching the dizzy heights of the heatwave … Continue reading Summer is Hot in Calabria

A Sudden Hot June

Welcome to June. This month has been a more relaxed month than May, thank goodness. The weather has got hotter and a few friends visit. We also have a quick unexpected visit to a town we have never heard of. Meeting followers from Australia We had a couple of visitors from Australia. Vanessa and Greg, … Continue reading A Sudden Hot June