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... coast. The clouds have mostly moved on, the water is a deep blue as we enter the winding road that starts the Amalfi Coastl. Positano is the first village. Again I marvel at how these people live their lives on the sides of cliffs. They have literally carved themselves an existence inside these rocks. There are cathedrals, houses, petrol stations, hotels, you name it, these towns have it, but all on either one side of the cliff or the other. I guess if ...
So....have not had time to blog in a few days and will try to catch up..
When last I wrote we had just arrived in Zermatt on Saturday, and Sunday was a quiet, roam around town day. Monday we awoke to some fog, but by the time we left Hotel Bella Vista, BAMM, the sun on the Matterhorn would knock your socks off! The big rock was startlingly bright, clear and enormous above the town. We walked through town to the bottom of the Klein Matterhorn cable ...
... say we all enjoyed the night (our last one in Italy). Nikki shared with us some snippets of her childhood years that we weren't aware of. All in all, it made the night really memorable and enjoyable. These special moments are uncommon and I will savour this night for a very long time. BTW the food was good too!
Tomorrow, we will depart at about 0815 for Napoli Airport. Next stop - Majorca (and the Hutts).
... bustling city with Bakers, shops villas with grandiose structures, the slaves and the wealthy lived their daily lives and dropped in its tracks by the raining ash from the volcano.
* Take the Audio guide if not then at least the sight Map, please remember to take the map when you buy the tickets as it will be useful to navigate the places.
*Hat & also umbrella (For sun and rain)
... 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 ...