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... The Arena - This is still used so the seats have numbers on them. It used to seat 5000
- The main road in Pompeii. The 3 large stones were the pedestrian crossing, as the road was also the sewer. They were evenly spaced so a chariot could safely cross through. Our guide, Marco, is the guy on the left.
- Bakers Oven - 1 of 2 bakeries in Pompeii. This bakery had a 'run' of 81 ...
... the reason Pompeii was destroyed, and to be walking through a place that used to be a city. It was so well preserved that seeing either body casts or just thinking about how people lived there lives was really right in front of you.
However, my friend and I really enjoyed our time out and it was a good blend between doing something active and yet educational at the same time. While sad, it really was interesting and cool to see such an ...
... Ben as we decided to take him along with us to Sicily, he had proved himself to be quite a witty travel companion. Kathryn Ferries! We love overnight ferries! This time we opted for a non-cabin and set up camp on the couches. Having marked our territory upon arrival, every opportunity we got we enacted our plans for domination over the lounge precinct! Michaela used her bum to push one guy out onto the balcony and I just got out my stinky socks from the day... Worked wonders! ...
... that he was killing the fish and killing the romantic mood.
The waves started to build again when we were second in line to leave the cave. The boat before us got through the small opening, but they must have been soaking wet. Our boat driver had a moment of clarity and waited for the water to calm down before he grabbed the rope and pulled us from the dark to the light. Jason had a small wave hit him, but the wetness mixed in with the ...
... more of our libations than we originally calculated. Spidey senses or common sense, call it what you want, I knew something wasn't right when I climbed back onto the boat after swimming in the famous Blue Grotto (which served as a private swimming pool for Roman emperors) and Nando was dancing to Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" while sporting my bracelets as earrings with my very feminine rose-gold watch wrapped around his wrist. "When did ...