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My last day in Sorrento started by catching another, yes another early bus to Amalfi (I was the only passenger on the bus from the Sorrento stop). From Amalfi I caught the bus onward to Bomerano, where I would start my hike down to Nocelle (7.5km).
There were a few other hikers, and armed with my map and instructions off I hiked. On my way I bumped into a little old italian man, who guided me just ...
... The views here were made even more special when a bride and groom arrived to have their photos taken. After lunch, with the roof down, we headed for Capri and enjoyed another walk around.
After a very enjoyable day, we caught the hydrofoil back to Sorrento. Thank you Enzo.
After we returned, we rejoined our tour for a gelato making demonstration and tasting. The chef was very passionate about his gelato and it was delicious.
A quick tea saw us all looking forward to ...
... to mind are "sweltering", "cramped", "rickety". We are packed in, standing, and in no time I am sweaty. This line is not for the amateur traveler, and I harken back to my time in the Dominican Republic, taking the caro publicos and gua-guas. I'm actually glad that part of our travels include passages that take the kids out of their comfort zone. International travel is not always with a first class ticket, and I want our children to learn not to ...
... they mainly farm lemons for Limoncelo and olives. There are also various other fruit trees, a huge vegie patch, pigs, chickens, goats and kittens.
We wandered along the little sloping paths through the lemons trees and olive groves, with the sea as the back drop. Amazing. The smell of the lemons was beatiful. His dad Ferdinand, showed us how they graft the lemon trees, prune them, we also got a chance to pick the lemons, and also how the pergolas ...
... a short siesta before getting dressed for pre dinner drinks and then dinner. We both had a cocktail on the verandah joined with the bar and had amazing views over Sorrento. We then went for dinner, which, as usual, was superb! Sam had the bacala again tonight and I had the rigatoni carbonara (magnificent!!) and then a fillet of bream. Sam had melon and prosciutto and then the bacala and we shared a torte and gelato u between us for dessert, way too much ...