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... a relationship. To me it strengthened what we already have, and it gave me the chance to confirm what I already knew in that she is a wonderful person. Her ability to have genuine conversations with strangers, her funny wit, that does not come out to often, as she is always serious, (which usually gives me free rein), her kind nature, her looks, and yes her body. I am happy to tell anyone, whether it is Italian, French or Croatian, I love my ...
So, today was set as a "lay-day"..... a time to re-group, take a break..... and (of course!) squeeze in just a little bit more shopping! Jan is now hoping that easyJet will be able to schedule a RAF Hercules for the trip back to the UK..... she has already purchased additional luggage for all the baggage (or vive-versa!).
We headed off after breakfast, in search of the haircuttery recommended by our host "John"... and when we say "recommended" ...
... had roast chicken with gnocchi. It was very good.
After some more wandering around we stopped at a grocery store to get some items for supper. Then we decided to take the earlier 3:20pm bus back to Montepertuso. The bus only runs every hour to two hours so you really have to time things right.
We didn’t think a bus ride could get worse than yesterday’s but we were wrong. This one had a high school group and their two teachers get on. It ...
... all of which were still too crowded to even find a parking space. We stopped in Positano, about two-thirds of the way out on on the peninsula to visit the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta. This church has a 13th century Byzantine altar, that features a "Black Madonna". We stopped for lunch on the way back up to our car.
By early afternoon the temperatures were quite hot (in the upper 80s), so we skipped taking a hike in the nature reserve ...
Today was a free day to spend enjoying the Positano beach of the amalfi cost. The positano beach is near the volcano Mt Vesuveus and is therefore a black sand beach. Although I do not think that the sand was anywhere near as black or as sparkly as the beaches in New Zealand. This beach also had a lot of small rocks rather than sand at the waters ...