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The first thing to mention is that Lisa and I aren't alone! My amazing friend from university, Amanda, is here for a little 10 day vacation! She met us at the airport in Rome the same day we arrived. By the time we got into the city and settled into our hostel, it was pretty late so we just asked where to get some delicious pasta. Our first Italian meal was great, the best part being the €6 litre of wine. We pretty much spent everyday in ...
... to see.
We had a very lazy day on Capri, sitting on the sand (!!) beach, and making our brown bodies browner. We then had a walk around the marina before catching the last ferry back. That night, we went by the supermarket and bought our token bread, ham and cheese and returned to the square from the previous night to eat. We were treated to some entertainment as well!
That night, for Ferragosto, our hostel had a party on the roof. ...
... streets, which are sloped down as well. Imagine how smelly that got. Because of the dirty streets, they also built "cross-walks" from larger raised stones to walk from one side of the street to the next. We saw the main forum with a few remaining columns and original groundwork. Instead of using marble for their columns, they used cement and painted them red because it was much cheaper. You could still see some of the red color left on the columns in the forum. There were 2 ...
... the world cup. We settled into our chairs, drinks in hand and felt a bit out of place being the only Australians there. We ended up drinking with a German couple from our hostel and to be honest, they were quite good about the thrashing their team gave the Socceroos. They even helped us understand some of the finer technical points of the game. We headed home dejected about the score, but rather merry after the drinks consumed (Naples appears to be another ...
... but we missed the last bus that would have brought us there. We were all pretty sad. One thing that Mom said that I didn't know was that Pompeii was destroyed in 48 hours. That was really fast. We saw some really nice pottery (and lots of it) and some eerie casts of some of the victims of the eruption. I really enjoyed my time at Pompeii. It was very interesting. - Rigel ...