B&B Centro Antico
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... dodgy people and people offering my taxi rides in their personal cars. I still couldn't find the stupid bus so I went to the bus terminal, only to be told it's near Maccas where I originally started. I had 5 minutes to find it. I raced to Maccas, no bus. So I have up and got a taxi, costing me 35 euros so not a great impression of Naples. No photos either ...
... in preparation for the big activity ahead which was climbing Mount Etna. A big part of me was scared that Kathryn and Ben would end up having to carry me up.... Kathryn Mount Etna the largest and most active volcano in all of Europe....Michaela's first experience of snow! Our bags stocked to the brim with trail mix us and a few other brave people gallantly jumped off the bus and headed up the slope. The first 500 metres were pretty steep and tricky due to the shale and ...
... that he was killing the fish and killing the romantic mood.
The waves started to build again when we were second in line to leave the cave. The boat before us got through the small opening, but they must have been soaking wet. Our boat driver had a moment of clarity and waited for the water to calm down before he grabbed the rope and pulled us from the dark to the light. Jason had a small wave hit him, but the wetness mixed in with the ...
Naples, Italy. Today we leave Florence for Naples. Packed then had breakfast and then walked to the central train station for our 10:04 train. It was delayed but only 15 minutes. The train came from Milan. We seem to have issues with Milan trains! It is an international train. We even have seat numbers. We traveled at 246 km/hr. The tickets cost 68 Euro each. We walked to our accommodation about 1 km from the railway station. My first thought .... 'One should never judge a ...
... we think that these ancient Romans were much more evolved than our current generation.
We left late in the evening, feeling awestruck and grateful for having been here (well, Nitya also left feeling a little grumpy after she fell on the slippery rocks)
For dinner, we sampled the "mozzarella de buffalo", a local specialty and some fresh ricotta - which was good, but not very different from paneer :) ...