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... dip and returning to Amalfi. The sun came out quite strong and the sky actually was blue (has been quite hazy). It was so lovely and a great way of viewing the Amalfi Coast - you get the full effect. Erwin had a good time relaxing at Positano and then caught the big ferry back to Amalfi where we had been sitting at a lovely bakery people watching. Beside us was two couples from Melbourne. We got chatting to them about their trip and we got on ...
Up early and greeted by another glorious summers day :) Excited today, we are off to Positano on the Almalfi Coast. We travelled on the Fast Train to Napoli. Very comfortable smooth ride. The views were fantastic, typical Italian villages, some stunning landscape but Napoli itself seems very industrial and overrun. Many people had told us before we left Australia that Napoli wasn't the best place to go but the interesting thing is ...
... I passed by houses that had been restored to their former glory both inside and out, I visited the home of Marcus Lucretius Fronto a young man who fell in love with his own reflection, well that's what it said in the guidebook, along the way I saw and studied many outdoor paintings and wall murals showing everyday life at the time they were painted more than two thousands years ago. Moving along I passed what I believed where plaster casts of human bodies as ...
... the chair lift stopped randomly and I had a moment of panic thinking we were actually stuck, but it started up again after a couple of minutes.
We took another hairy taxi ride back down the mountain to the port where we first arrived and then I went with Christine to find a beach to swim at. There were public beaches and private beaches set aside for guests of hotels. We thought our friends had walked through the private beach to the public beach around the ...
... ride to Isle di Capri. The island is basically a large mountain with the villages built into the side of it. We travelled by Funicular-tram car to the main town centre. From there we took a tiny bus along narrower streets (only fit one car at a time and are all two way) to Grotto Azzurra (Blue Cave). Some of us braved the choppy waters and jumped on a row boat and were lead through a narrow entrance into the cave. The colour is from ...