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Thursday Doors 17/11/22: Ischia di Castro 4.

Let’s say goodbye to the doors and views of Ischia di Castro with this post. This has been a lovely half an hour, spread around four weeks of Thursday Doors.

It was the end of this September and during his vigorous swimming on his last visit of the summer uncle agreed to this one road trip. There was a waterfall and a relatively long, steep and hot hike to some interesting ruins, both of which I still need to show on here, and then we found this place. The door series starts here.

As you will see, uncle’s door patience was running out, so it was just as well that we reached the caves at the end of the town through some tunnels, turned around, and returned where we’d come from, since there was nothing else to do. Let’s have a look.

As for next Thursday, who knows which doors we will be knocking on on my blog, but most probably it will be in Slovenia. My country has just got a new president. For the first time, as a tweet said, it’s a girl. She is small and compact and enjoys motorcycles. When amore first saw her and heard her speak, he trembled.

For Thursday Doors challenge hosted by Dan at No Facilities


Published by Manja Maksimovič

A Slovenian in Italy for love. Blogger, photographer, translator and would-be writer who would be a writer if she wrote. Plus reluctant but emerging poet. Beware.

10 thoughts on “Thursday Doors 17/11/22: Ischia di Castro 4.

  1. I have enjoyed the doors from Ischia di Castro, Manja. Uncle’s patience may have worn out, but mine did not. I love those old wooden doors and I am impressed by the (bronze ?) door that was built in 2000. I’m surprised people still know how to do that. Thanks for a great tour. And thnaks for including the cat. That’s a great photo.

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  2. This is one of the best door wander around in ages. Poor Uncle, I am so glad he is happy for your company and I bet he loves bestia.
    I would love to explore there especially that older section. 🙂

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  3. Sometimes I forget how incredibly OLD Europe is (in a good way!), but these pics gave me a good reminder. I looked up Slovenia’s new president last night, and she sounds like a good choice (from a very fast, surface-level reading, at least). Have a good weekend!

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  4. I know what you mean by adult amusement park. I feel that way whenever we visit a new city, or discover a new part of the city we are currently living in, and I get to explore, looking for interesting doors and all! Lovely shots!

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