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... lost souls found a bus which dropped us to a train station (a fact they didn't tell us when we boarded, but suited us just fine) and we all got on a very empty train to Pompeii. We talked with these guys from Byron who were a bit dorky but really nice, and spent the majority of the day with them. The train dropped us in the town of Pompei, but about 15 minutes from where we actually needed to be, which we figured after asking strangers where it was more than a few ...
... of Capri, just of Italy. Pete myself and a group of 9 others decided to explore the island by boat and see all the views and the famous blue grotto. Jumping on a fairly big boat with a few other tourists we set off for a 2-hour informative and amazing boat ride. We couldn't believe how amazing it was. The last stop was the blue grotto (the way the light reflects inside the grotto makes the water see through blue) where you can pay to jump on a small rowboat ...
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... in, and then paying more in tips. But Priscilla and Isabella had heard you could take buses across the island and cut the boat ride costs by a lot. That seemed reasonable from the maps I had picked up at the TI so we went with it. There was a ticket station right next to the dock where we looked into getting bus tickets. I for some reason could NOT find my money (very worrying!) so I only bought the one ticket to Anacapri for the three of us (lauren, Matt ...
... which is a beautiful seaside resort town. We walked around for a while and then went to a farm for lunch. The lunch was totally made from organic substance from the farm. Even the wine was made there. It was very nice and tasted really well. Once dinner was served, we headed off to Pompeii.
Most people heard about Pompeii so I think the best is to just give some facts. We walked around the ruins and saw homes, temples, courtyards and ...