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... cliff side and here we were about 2 meters from the surface of the water. It's a gorgeous drive to Sorrento/Amalfi coast. Slow and windy but absolutely gorgeous! Our hotel was outside of Sorrento on the cliff side looking down into Sorrento and thousands of lemon trees. The hotel had a mini bus that would take you to the town center and pick you up and it ran until 11PM. Neither of us wanted to navigate the small and windy roads at night so we took the bus into ...
... a vibrant city. This town was buried under 23 meters of ash from Mt Vesuvius and has been painstakingly excavated to be the spectacle it is today. As we walked around he site it was amazing to think this town was frozen in time in 79AD and many of the shops they had are similar to today. I must admit I was expecting more corpses frozen in death poses, but I guess they have to respect the dead, maybe I have watched too much 'Hannibal'. It took us around 3 hours ...
... and he was still a happy man. No mention of Michael Clarke!
On our arrival to the airport at Olbia in Sardinia to fly to Naples we handed in the poor battered fiat and had to explain how I incurred the damage. As I was insured it was taken care of and we waved goodbye to our trusty vehicle as we boarded Air Meridiana for the short one hour flight to Naples.
Picked up by Paolo who works for Joe Banana transfers and we were taken ...
Ate the usual Italian breakfast of prosciutto, scrambled eggs, plain yogurt, fresh fruit, croissants and strong coffee. Haven't succumbed to the chocolate cake yet, which appears at every breakfast. Headed to the Isle of Capri. Boarded a huge boat. As some of you know, Jose and boats don't get along. This proved true once again on our short 30 minute ride to the island which seemed like 3 hours to Jose. Upon arriving on the island, we boarded a smaller ...
... nothing else to visit in Paestum we spent the rest of the day looking at tourist shops and strolling along the beach.
From Paestum we planned to drive the Amalfi Coast, just south of Naples, reputed to be Italy's most picturesque coastal drive. Our British caravan park guide book advised that caravans are not allowed to utilise the Amalfi Coast road at all and that campervans are banned during the summer months. We thought 'it’s only April so let’s ...
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