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Luckily for us Anna was able to get a few days off work which meant she could travel with us to Amalfi, so we hit the road and drove through Naples, Mt.Vesuvius and Pompeii before reaching the beautiful Amalfitana coast. The first day we arrived the weather was beautiful, and we got a great view of the coast. The following days ...
... you are treated to a pitcher of water with ice and lemon. Later in the day, they come around with frozen hand towels, as a nice cool down. They will bring any beverage requested as well.
I decided to paint again. I gave one of my paintings to Alessandra. Paolo will be receiving one, as well, so I need something to bring home. : )
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Taking another walk in search of new beaches. Ride the bus to Amalfi, the place was crawling with tourists today. There is a cruise ship anchored offshore with small boats bringing people ashore. Be glad to start walking out of town, not planning on going too high up today, as we are in search of some new beaches to try out. We walk to the west this time, and soon we have left Amalfi behind. After a while, we come to a small church and decide ...
... less possessions, than I'm accustomed to in Australia. The wonderful thing about staying in this small apartment, perched under the cliff at the top of Amalfi, is the contrast to the main shopping strip just at the bottom of the steps. It is two different worlds; village life the way that it has been for centuries with small crops of lemons, grape vines and vegetables grown on the terraced land between the apartments and washing drying on clothes horse on ...
... Our bags were too big to fit in the overhead storage so they sat on our sunburned legs the whole ride. Another hour wait in Salerno for the bus to Amalfi came next…we were in good company though. A guy from Liverpool who wanted to here all about our travels and Montana…which he didn’t know existed. And a German guy who proceeded to tell us his summer vacations from the last three years. Molly and I ...