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We arrived at this place after a 4 hour drive.
The unit is small. Riley, Zara and I have to sleep on little beds like tiny chairs that fold out. There is a tiny TV in the back right of the room. It is about the size as a computer screen.
We walked into town which was a 20 min walk down a hill. It is getting really hot.
Mum saw a line of markets so of course we went ...
After a nice continental breakfast of coffee and croissants, it was time to catch a bus and head to the Amalfi coast. The 90 minute incredibly windy bus ride from Sorrento to Amalfi seemed to pass quite quickly. We only almost crashed twice, and at one point our bus only overtook a coach!!
After looking round Amalfi it was time to sit down and take in the ...
... we spoke Italian and when I said I did although I was born in Canada, he asked me what part of Italy my origins were and high fived me when I told him Calabria. So instead of using the speaker system, he went around and told groups of us at a time where we were and what sites to watch for. He would yell out "Italia!!!!" And we knew he was about to give the Italian version. The first few times he looked at me and asked if I understood, giving me a ...
... on pause).
The only problem with this place is time slips by so fast while you sit, relax and just watch the view and the people.
Eventually we had to drag ourselves away and get back up to the pick-up spot or we would not make it back to Rome before midnight.
On the way back to the car we did make one more stop - to buy some locally made Limoncello (and the recipe for how to make your own).
It was a pleasant drive back to the hotel, ...
... on the steps in the photo's. The girls also received a live demonstration in French kissing, but that's a story for another day!
We walked to the top of the town to visit the paper making factory and then jumped on a bus for Positano, which is around 20km away. One hour later, after 14 narrow misses and dancing cheek to cheek with 2 or 3 buses, and waiting for a hypoglycemic German lady to pull herself towards herself, we got off at the SECOND ...