6 Small Rooms B & B
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I spend my afternoon relaxing in the private beach cove, before walking back into Positano. I order a light meal of mediterranean sashimi and a glass of rose at the gorgeous Hotel Sirenuse, and it truly feels heavenly sitting as the sunsets, whilst a dj plays soft music in the background.
So another perfect day comes to a close and as my calfs are now really killing me, I decide to wake early and kayak around the bays.
... final stretch. My trusty GPS told us we were nearing Pompeii/Naples, 30km to go but then it told us that the 30km would take us 2 hours!!! I thought it must have been broken, but sure enough just under 2 hours later we rolled into Pompeii and into our campsite for the evening. We pitched our tent and went in search of some food. Supplies bought at the supermarket I cooked up a storm and we settled in for a much-needed catch up sleep!
We both woke ...
... Texan couple had just retired early, sold their house, bought a BUS sized RV to live in and have been travelling ever since which is pretty awesome! They showed me a photo it looked very cool. And the Texan guy was on one of the cruise boats that was in Santorini at the same time as us. Our driver was a little Italian who was a perfect stereotype of everything about Italian men - short, bit sleazy, crazzzy driver. We pretty much ...
... to Salerno.
The ferry from Salerno is $10 Euro and last about an hour and forty minutes. There are plenty of places to stay in Positano but is very pricy and you can see the most important places in town in one day if you choose not to stay overnight.
The town of Positano is gorgeous and one of the most visited in the Amalfi coast, I hope I can go back one day for a long weekend and highly recommend you to visit if you are in or close to the Amalfi coast.
... were walking or driving carts around at night. They also put huge stones in the middle of roads that acted as stepping-stones for people to cross the roads easily. The carts wheels fit between these stones perfectly so they could pass through the streets. At the forum there were huge stone blocks where politicians would put statues of themselves when running for a position. At the center of the forum was a temple dedicated to Zeus.