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... journey, the wonderful Mediterranean city of Positano. As is the same with the rest of the sites of my journies, pictures could never, in a million years, do this place justice. It is the most beautiful place I've ever seen and if you know somewhere more beautiful, please sign me up because I would love to see it!! Positano is located south of Naples on the Amalfi coast of Italy, a city dwarfed by the main tourist attracting city of Amalfi. Now, as a disclaimer we did not ...
... margherita, which is probably the most famous kind of pizza.
We had quite a problem communicating with the Italians though... Either they didn't speak English or they refused to use this language. In my opinion, it is the former because the locals seemed very nice to me and they tried to help us in every way possible. Anyway, using hand signals and the basic italian that I know we managed to grab something to eat.
On our way to ...
... else, was the Sistine Chapel. We walked through the museum which wasn't really my cup of tea. Not really the history in into. However there were some cool things and then we got to the Sistine Chapel. I thought the main painting was going to be massive. It was actually one of dozens of paintings and you aren't allowed to take pictures. Still cool to finally see though and the intricacies of the whole Vatican were great. The level of detail is unmatched.
... and mum tried her first cup of Italiano Gelato. I think you can tell in the photo...she loved it :) we spent a little time here and had a browse around at the shops in Roma's main train station. Mum and I decided we wouldn't spend too much time shopping at the Termini as, we were going to spend our last day there before we head back to the airport.
When we got home, I watched some TV in Italian as I couldn't understand how to change it!
Our shower became like a ...
... who were sitting next to us at dinner in the alfresco eatery. They spoke quite good English though they marked themselves pretty hard! We chatted about how the Euro had altered things and they said countries like
theirs seem to pay, pay, pay to support the Greece’s and Portugals which are economic basket cases.
Best news was that we’ve managed to avoid any news of the Australian election save for GG
finding out that we ...