PART UMPTEEN OF AN OCCASIONAL, HYSTERICAL SERIES
We have had torrents of rain for the last week. As a result, driving my son to school has been permanently upgraded from a Level 2 to a Level 1 risk activity. This is because of the new holes that have formed in the road.
I do have a money-making plan to take advantage of this, though. I am going to open one of the giant holes in the road as a municipal open-air swimming pool and sell admission tickets to locals. I shall open the other networked hole-complex as the “Bagheria caves and grotto” and charge an exorbitant admission fee to tourists, which will include a guided tour and a souvenir lump of dislodged asphalt.
Well, this local event reminded me to publish another installment in my occasional series on Driving in Sicily.
Road holes are a major hazard in Sicily. They are…
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