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Meeting foreign tourists in Montecchio

This morning we met some foreign tourists at Romeo and Juliet’s castles in Montecchio.

We first met three Iranians and then a Japanese couple. I noticed many differences between them: for example the Iranians were wearing dark and formal clothes, whereas the couple was wearing light and unformal clothes and it seems like if the Japanese people wanted to show a unity between their souls. The Japanese girl covered her head with an umbrella because she didn’t want to get tanned because in Japan white skin means richness.

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