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... long for a train (and met a fellow Canadian - from BC - those Canada luggage tags kinda stick out). We arrived in Sorrento a little before 2pm, but we weren't paying attention to the fact that the buses leave every 30 min or so, and missed the 2pm bus. We grabbed a quick snack then went to wait for the bus. I think we were the first ones waiting, but by the time 2:30 rolled around, there was a bit of a crowd - even getting the luggage ...
... ready for home time by 5 o'clock and we headed back to Naples. We went to a recommended restaurant to try and glorify the good name of Italian food for the last time but no luck, we had a pizza with burnt zucchini and eggplant and a pasta that tasted like ham. There was no meat in it though so he must have cooked it in a pan right after he had just cooked pig... Yuck! Top day in Pompeii though... I loved it.
Ruby & Denice
... bad Australian packaged foods are and how they have changed peoples taste buds. - the supermarkets are very small and don't have a lot of packaged things. People tend to get there things from specialised shops. Eg. Veggie shop, small goods butcher, bread shop etc. which I love! - the language is awesome and quite easy to pick up. We are so stoked to be going back to Switzerland tomorrow. It's been a good two weeks in Italy but we are ready to move on. ...
We started with an open courtyard area on the lower level before climbing the stairs into the town. There are main roads which radiate out from the Forum with minor roads and smaller alleys further splitting up the area. We saw the Forum with it's temples and shops and also shops, with their counters, and houses in the surrounding streets. We visited a large house which had impressive gardens and mosaics and even some murals still visible ...
... used lead water pipes, and the inhabitants cooked with lead pots. (That you can still see today). So, maybe if the people hadn't died in the eruption, they would have died a slower death by lead poisoning!
We had a very interesting tour.
When we got back to the ship we found that the kids had learnt some Chinese juggling tricks and made new friends...yay!
Maybe tomorrow it will be "Can we please go to the FUN Kids ...