We've just had a couple of days of really warm weather so we decided to finally do something different on a Sunday. We set off nice and relatively early (meaning midday) after we all got together at ours, had coffee, said hello to the in-laws, etc. etc. all very Italian.
We got some traditional freshly made 'focaccia' and some beers and went to one of the countless beautiful beaches along the South coast to find that the sand had disappeared during the winter months, so we chose the alternative to the rocks and jumped the fence that separated us from an unused 'chalet'.
|Luxury sailboats at Marina di Ragusa|
|Traditional Sicilian 'focacce'|
These structures are full of life (some of them oh so trendy!, you have to be seen there) during the summer months but suffer from an state of abandon in colder periods, only to be re-structured again come May-June...well I guess it was lucky for us, we had a lovely day relaxing right by the sea, surrounded by friends and food and we left the place 'better than it was before', a non-written code of the 'good squatter' ;-)
|'Squatting' an unused deck by the sea...|