La Maliosa d'Arienzo
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... the couple who own the birds show some much love to them and have an amazing understanding of each bird's individual personality. They currently have twelve in total.
We arrived after a climb of a few hundred steps and were the only two people there. Another couple did arrive late in the show but it was mostly all for us so we were able to spend so much time with the birds.
The first barn owl was a very cuddly fella, but his brother was not so, he ...
... the Emerald Grotto located to the east. The boat was a small launch with about 12 people on board. The view of the coast line was amazing looking back onto these small towns perched on the side of hills. We saw many 5 star resorts with the own private beaches and tunnels cut into the landscape to access the water. After a joyful trip we disembarked on a small concrete jetty. Apparently this grotto was discovered in 1938 and we paid an admission fee to get the ...
Our first full day is a little overcast- which is fine! We go the beach and relax most of the day and pretty sure we both passed out down there! Our hostel is very cool- the lady that owns it had it handed down to her! She turned the house into a hostel and it has such a great vibe. All dorm rooms with one big terrace veranda area which everyone sits around listening to music/playing cards/chatting ...
... as it is a fixed price. €35 per person. Foods are all organic and the vegetables come from their own garden.
We were immediately brought bruschetta and a bottle of wine.
Next came antipasti, which was prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, eggplant, chick peas, brown beans, peas, little pizza pops, spinach, broccoli and more.
Next was the “primo” (first) course, which is always pasta. The picture doesn’t do it justice but there were about ...
... when a brief stop was made along the cliff for photos opportunities in which the minute I stepped out of the bus, the warm breeze of the sea could be felt on my face!
Ten minutes later, we were in Sorrento being driven along the narrow streets where scooters appeared to be a popular way of transportation and where many ...