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... drinking beer & wine on the cliff beach. We will try one of the restaurants tonight for pizza.
Rell: We found a pizza place over the bay best Pizza I have ever had, light, tasty & went down well.
It started to pour rain on our way back & climbing back up the top of the stairs heaps & heaps & heaps of them sure did get the heart rate going. Worked ...
... we found a nice cafe overlooking the bay for a snack. We walked back to the town, trying to avoid the cruise ship crowds which were overwhelming the streets. As a result, we ended up in some back streets which were filled with more high-end shops selling Perfume and the like with beautiful hotels (making us very jealous we weren't staying there). We also walked passed the Capri perfumery (apparently very famous) which had jars of some of their scents outside the ...
... shopping and it was VERY squeezy to say the least. We have decided during our travels that a career opportunity which could await us is to go into panel beating or set up a stubby holder venture. The driving here is something you would have to see to believe. Once off and walking we snaked our way along the windy path across the cliffs. Sheer precipices and the most amazing views. It was a glorious walk with panoramas that were ...
... from me to time. I never thought grocery shopping could be so much fun, but we all enjoyed strolling down the aisles viewing the unfamiliar labels and watching what the local mammas were putting in their baskets.
Restaurants serve simple pastas- nothing like the complicated pastas at home and definitely not any chicken with pasta. Simple flavours with fresh ingredients including pasta with lemon or tomatoes sauce sold for about ...
... two of the girls had done the day before. They took the early morning train to Paestum and saw the old Greek temple ruins there (better preserved than the Parthenon!), then went from Paestum to Salerno, which is the "end" of most of the Amalfi coast bus routes. Took a bus from Salerno to Positano and went swimming there, then continued the bus to Sorrento and took the Circumvesuvius back to Naples. I asked them how long this took and ...