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... we were resting in a lovely spot to suddenly see them appear again....boy can we move!! Great cafe stop at Galdo ..and had a bit of a rest after 2 hours and then off we choofed. The scenery was superb and the medieval villages especially Celso and Cannicchio, we walked through were so pretty and a few looked like picture postcards with money being spent to renovate the old buildings. Took an advised short cut on a road ...
... the increasingly spectacular corniche road with around 1190 hairpins, which opens one vista after another with each turn. We passed the Positano, Grotta dello Smeraldo, a marine cave of luminous emerald waters that you can visit by boat or elevator/rock-cut steps, the village of Praiano, the Vallone di Furore, one of the coast's most impressive gorges; before arriving at Amalfi. That was very ...
... steps into the " Meditaranian sea" just amazing. The water is cold but exhilarating .. Pepe assures us there are no sharks lol .. Just great swimming and snorkeling. We catch a few sun rays then head back to the hotel for afternoon drinks and nibbles. Not sure how I will adjust when I get home lol. We have dinner at the hotel they have live music and a seafood buffet. Great night we sat outside overlooking the town. This is my favorite place now lol Time for bed ...
... the bus has to slow right down just to get through the space between two buildings - and this was the road!
It gets even more hair raising when we got onto the main road to Positano and Praiano. Narrow roads, cliff faces, steep drops and oncoming buses and other traffic with motor cyclists and pedestrians weaving in and out of the traffic has to be experienced! But these drivers know what they're about, tooting their horns to warn traffic on the many blind corners ...
The advantage of our midnight massing is that Christmas morning did not start too early. Santa evidently enjoyed his vino rosso and Christmas cookies, and Rudolf sure made a mess of the carrots.
It was pleasing to note that Italian Santa shops locally just like the Aussie one.
After a simple breakfast and ensuring the turkey was underway in the oven, we opened our Christmas presents. ...