And that's my problem with moka pot stove top coffee makers. Too long, too much electricicles!
Indicators = turn signals, or blinkers, as my Massachusetts born wife occasionally calls them. And yes, it is generally a ticket-able offense to park on the road opposite to the direction of traffic. I’m shocked at how prevalent that is here. It’s a ballsy move!
For sure America's got this one right. It spares us all that chariot racing and dodgems but actually people either can parallel park (that's what we call it here) or they really really can't.
Again you should perhaps try it while you can?
Oh man, CHECK THE SMALL PRINT!
Honestly, filling up the rental was like Monopoly money. I didn’t even worry about. I’ve only had to fill up once, and that’s likely to be it. We’ve kept driving to a minimum. The shocker was the petrol policy with the rental car - like for like, as the guy put it. They sent me on my way with a quarter tank, I need to return it with a quarter tank. In the US they send you out with a full tank!
I had a hire car last month and the guy was very clear that it would be waaay cheaper for me to refill it rather than the hire company refill it and bill me for it.
But here's a tip: whilst one of you has control of the fill nozzle, the other of you should be watching the fuel gauge and shout as soon as the dial points to the quarter, half or whatever mark they told you. With my own car my habit is to brim the tank at every fill. I reckon my hire car took at least 10 litres after the gauge hit full, either that or this modern travel box actually achieved about 6mpg!
Mea culpa - I really couldn't tell.C65 Trident Vintage
It's a canny look. I was fooled all the way to Mount Olympus hahaha!
It’s a digital mirrorless micro 4/3 format from Olympus, the first generation OM-D E-M5. It has the look and size of an old film SLR, which is why I got it. The lenses for it are small too, like old school manual lenses. And I bought the strap specifically for its 70s, old school vibe.
Enjoy the holiday!