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... It was really quite something to get caught up in just a bit and we enjoyed observing a bit, but when a kid set off a pretty large firework about ten feet away and it set off a few car alarms, we thought it was best to continue on our way back to the hotel.
The next morning we were very excited to head over to Pompeii for our tour of the ruins. After a bit of an interesting start to the day (we got a bit turned around at the train station), we finally ...
... and and our back pack we waited for the train. First we had to remember how to buy a ticket.
We are at Pompeii, thinking very hard we studied the signs for the correct railway line. We bought return tickets to Sorento and the ticket man kept saying to validate ticket. That would be a good idea, if only we knew how. Followed other people and shoved our tickets into a booth to validate, phew, ready to go.
A reasonably uneventful ...
... people working there. After we told them about our hiking treks the past couple of days they would not believe Mike's age so he had to get his passport out to prove he really is an old ****! They even wanted to take pictures with us and made us promise to email the photos to them. Time to go down the hill towards Altrani. It was quite a steep trail. This downhill descents actually hurts my knee more than a lot of the climbing but we took it easy and my knee brace continued to help ...
Started the day at 8am with slightly overcast day with no winded oily sea with a low swell, quite humid. Organised a 8 metre motorboat Grassi Junior boat services through a very nice and helpful young lass to take us down the coast to Amalfi. Our captain Alexendra spoke passable English who gave us a running commentary all the way down the coast. We were amazed by the astonishing by how the buildings were ...
... with wait staff! So it was great. The chef turns out to have worked at Level 41 ( one of the best in Sydney) and a few other restaurants in Sydney. Appetisers of tomato bruschetta ( the tomatoes here are fantastic). Then entree of beef carpaccio ( my favourite) , followed by smoky eggplant and tomato pasta, followed by chicken marinaded in lemon and rosemary. Finally a lemon dessert to thoroughly fill us up. A delightful ...