In which we eat trapizzini, take photos of Cinquecentos, enjoy the quaint charm of Orvieto, gawk at a skull with ears in Naples, and eat more trapizzini.
- The rise of the 'no-wash' movement (Matilda Welin, BBC)
- How some people get away with doing nothing at work ( Emily Stewart, Vox)
- Travel in the Time of Climate Crisis (Rachel Nuwer, Audubon Magazine)
So the engineers became proud parents. Their chicks grew up fast and pooped a lot. And while we were in Dublin, they left the nest. End of story — or so we thought.
Last Friday and Saturday, there was a flurry of activity: it turned out that we'd got a new team of engineers, and they were attempting to build a nest from scratch at the other end of the awning. I say attempting, because Sunday morning, we woke up to this: the entire nest fell down right into a pot on our terrace. 🙄