La Rosa Dei Venti
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... on top of it to get his bird from the claws of the falcon.
We also got to spend touchy, touchy time with a huge European eagle hawk. The others birds of prey they brought out to show us were a baby owl, a vulture, an eagle which they had rescued as it had been severely mistreated and had a complete fear of every thing. It had now come to the stage they could take its hood off after a while and whilst with them was not fearful of us.
They also brought out a ...
... again. We jumped on the launch boat who took us around the corner for a swim. It was delightful in the crystal clear water which also had a open cave we could swim into. Swimming in the grottos isn't permitted which really would have been a highlight were we allowed. After a quick dip we returned back to Positano on the boat and boarded the bus for Amalfi. The bus ride was even more exhilarating than the previous journey. The road is barley wide enough for one bus ...
... them he was Russell crow or something stupid! There were also two Asian guys that were staying at the hostel that couldn't get into the club- the bouncers reasoning was because he just doesn't like Asians lol- FAIR CALL! After scanning the menu and seeing the cheapest drink is 8 euro for a small beer we have one round and that's it! We stuck round and danced all night then made the long trawl back up the ...
... look like caterpillars. They were still noticeable in the dark but on closer inspection with the flashlight, Mel discovered that most of the “seeds” were actually brown worms. Where the heck did they come from? The stairs were covered in them. Mel immediately started running up the stairs; I was not physically able to. But she was soon distracted by a neighbour’s dog, which we stopped to pet.
It was a long day and it wasn’t long before we were in ...
... up where we needed to. Next was a walk to our apartment luggage in hand and on backs the kids were amazing at just getting on with it as we were all tired and we were battling crowds and busy streets. Safely to our street we were greeted by Ana, who spoke no English, shown our apartment and then we breathed a sigh of relief. Ro had to do an extra dash to an atm, but he’s so fit that it was a breeze.
Dinner was pizza again as it ...