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... was quite interesting. It seems like the capuchins were an offshoot of catholics but they seemed the opposite in a way. They are all about being poor themselves and helping the poor, whilst it seems to me Catholics are all about big, impressive golden churches. Anyway after walking through the museum we arrived to the crypt. The story behind the crypt is that some unknown priest at some point decided to decorate it using the bones of dead monks. There are ...
... high cliffs along the way. Unfortunately it was a bit cloudy so we took a rain check on a swim. Instead sat on the rocks reading our books with a beer! Wondered the little town of Amalfi and sat down for our first pasta! Day two headed for Pompei. It is massive!! Hard to believe what happened all those years ago and to see the ruins there now. Had a great view of Mt Vesuvius, crazy to think how far the lava ...
... The city is Manarola and the drink is sciacchetrà. It was so good, and we knew we were going to be in the Cinque Terre tomorrow, so we plan to get a few bottles to bring home.
Again , we converse with Stephano and Maria like we've just popped in for a visit from a neighboring town, even though we, many times, are using hand signals just as much as words. We meet Federico and Giada, Stephano and Arianna's children, ...
... where the places of note were. The traffic seemed slower today in the rain, but none the less it was bumper to bumper and no sign that there were any rules! There are no lanes marked and people seem to squeeze cars into the smallest gaps, or even where there are no gaps. Most cars are tiny and the double decker buses tower over them all. There seems no intimidation though... even the thousands of motor scooters that travel the roads seem to have no fear! ...
... and made our way back to the hostel. We said goodbye to Matt when we were between the two hostels, then we went upstairs and chilled out on the wifi for a while. We were stuffed! It had been a big couple of days! After a while we headed back out and walked down past the station to a department store we had passed the other day, and went in to look for shoes. The guy that was working there had no English, but with pointing and signing we got to understand each other, and ...