Travel Blogs from Marina di Camerota
... no English but tried his darnedest to communicate with us. As best I can figure, the local motorcycle group meets at his bar every week. We had an excellent lunch prepared by his sister who came and checked on us every few minutes to make sure we were enjoying the food, We were and probably wouldn’t have admitted if we weren’t as she looked as if she could take us all on at once in a bar room brawl. She was VERY ...
... online, we finally compromised and caught a 10euro taxi up to the statue and then walked down the mountain back to our hilltop village. This also had confused our reception (they did understand me perfectly, so it wasn't my Italian that was confusing), they just didn't know what walking trails there were, but finally one of them remembered that there was a passage down of 'scalini' little stairs, so they agreed we could walk it - phew. They were very nice to us, but ...
... and moved into an apartment. But he works for her as he takes people out on the boat and he makes the breakfast. But that night they were having a bonfire at the beach, we didn't go but the rest of the hostel did so we tried to get to sleep before they came back. After a restless night sleep, we went back to the beach for a little bit before catching the train back to Rome. We weren't staying in Praja another night!
... dive which was 22m high, but we couldn't jump of this one as some rocks recently broke off and it made the water too shallow to jump. So we then returned back to the beach, swam and sunbathed some more then went out for dinner again.
Day 57: Today was our last day in Praja so we said goodbye to Kyle and Cailey and as they only have a week left of their trip we won't be seeing them again but we made sure that when we eventually get to America we will catch up with them.
We weren't quite sure where we were going to stay, but after buying MASSIVE steaks and were ''donated'' some fire-wood en-route, we knew everything was going to be just fine.... which it was! After talking to a hefty Italian Mamma peeling veggies in a closed campsite, she said it was fine to camp, but there was no electricity... not an issue because Jabula is pretty self-sufficient :) We were also told we ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed