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... to dropbox and filled it up and I didn't even get all my photos on there... so I have a bit of homework to do with all of that so I can down size things and upload them onto this travelpod. We found a place to buy another memory card, they don't just sell these things at the local WalMart here, as there is no WalMart, we probaby walked a couple of miles? to get to the store that does sell them. On the way back we dropped by a place that sells fantastic looking pastries ...
... onto the town of Amalfi where we had some free time to visit the Cathedral of Amalfi and wander around the coast side community. The rest of the ride back to Salerno was quite an adventure, but so worth the experience.
Tonight was the last night of week one of our cruise. We had decided as
a group that our ...
... and flirt and tell secrets in Gaelic? It was interesting.
Once in Rome, we collected my luggage (Mike travels carry-on only), took the Leonardo Express train to Roma Termini, the central train station, and got on the high-speed train from Rome to Salerno, the Frecciarossa.
Best. Train ride. Ever. Super quiet, in-seat beverage service, our own table, automatic reclining chairs. ...
We successfully got off the boat, into the city of Salerno, bought our train tickets and made our way to Pompeii. What a cracking little day doing our own thing in Pompeii. Oh and the Italians spell it with one i as well. Joelene and i came up with heaps of theories on what that is but we wont share that because we have some italian friends and we would like to keep it that way. The day itself and the trip to Pompeii - really good. We had good fun and it is ...
... were all looking at me intently. As I kept walking, I even passed by a group of prostitutes standing on a street corner. Needless to say, I walked pretty quickly through this part of town. And needless to say, I wont be returning. I finally made it to a better part of town with more welcoming looking people and headed to the Lateran.
I ran into a few other kids from the UD program also waiting for the guards to open the barricades to be let into ...