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... into Elaine and Jenny and while I was standing chatting to them Derek and Neil appeared. We had a coffee together then Derek and I shopped a bit more. A bit crowded as there is a cruise ship or two in port.
After lunch by the pool, we joined the group for a trip to Herculaneum, one hour from here towards Naples. The traffic was bad and the driving amazing. Stop signs are a suggestion only and you just push your way forward ...
... mountain and had some good picture taking opportunities at the cliff edge much to Malani’s chagrin.
Sorrento was a quaint area where Malani and I ventured off and into several small Smallgoods shops, smelling cheese and checking out the stuff. We went into a supermarket later on and had a look at what the Italians purchase. We bought a toothbrush.
Found a small café and had a latte with two pizzas and we shared ...
... walls - it was quite amazing. That some one looked at those cliffs and thought that would be a great place to build a hotel or house and then the effort involved to do that. It definitely required a 'can do' attitude.
When we arrived in Amalfi we walked out along the piers and took in the view of the town and some photos. We walked into the town and ate lunch at another pizzeria.More looking & exploring the ...
... as well as some of the regular local shops. Cruised on back to Sorrento. Also had free time here so we decided to walk around the streets and then stroll back to the hotel. Enjoyed a happy hour out on the terrace to take in the great views of Mount Vesuvius - another Aperol Spritz, Ang's new drink of choice. At 4pm we left for Positano via the Amalfi Coast winding roads. Amazing views of the coast. Ang did a little shopping in Positano, some very nice linen summer clothes. We ...
... mesmerizing panorama from late in the afternoon until nightfall.
The first night we had been invited to dinner in nearby Nerano at the home of Andrea, a former colleague and good friend of my father. Andrea is Italian, and spent a few years at Baylor doing some impressive research before he was offered his own institute back in his homeland of Naples. We joined Andrea, his wife Alessandra, and his son Marco for homemade pizza, cooked in an outdoor ...