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... explaining that we were nervous about getting in such a small boat. He was ****** and immediately got on the phone as he pulled away from the pier. Felt bad but wasn't worth the risk. Hmmmm, won't be venturing down to the boat area tomorrow. Dare say the Aussie family of 4 won't be very popular in that neck of the woods! We headed back into the alleyways and found a nice little restaurant that didn't require any water travel. It was in a little open ...
... interesting journey.... The SITA bus drivers continue to amaze us with their skills!
After admiring the views on our arrival - high above Amalfi - we began our visit with a coffee and pastry in the Piazza Duomo.
We then wandered into the beautiful Duomo, and was pleasantly surprised to hear the organ being played which added to the ambience of the cathedral.
... 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 ...
... to an exit. It may have been the wrong decision, it may have been the right one, we'll never know. But it did take 8 hours to reach our destination instead of the predicted 4. The drive was pretty nice though, and it took us up and down hills where we ran into snow on the edge of the road (and mud that Mike dropped Carmen's new bag into)!
After some bad advice from Veronica, our GPS, we reached the Amalfi Coast the road turned really wild. The highway ...
... south to Salerno for a few days. We planned to visit Pompei today but the weather was ****** and the fees were 11 Euro each (15 US) so we went out to dinner instead. For 4 beers and 2 fish and chips we spent 43 Euros or $58.00 in a funky tavern. Great fish, but it costs a lot to eat here. I think I have spent at least 30 dollars here just using the bathrooms.
Looking forwatd to Salerno, ad we plan to visit the major Roman Ruins of ...