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Travel Blogs from Ischia
... I awoke feeling much more refreshed and started the day early, and jumped on a train to visit Pompeii. Its 11€ and I didn't quite realise just how big it is.... Though being famous for being a well preserved CITY, I should have guessed!
It was a city destroyed by an earthquake, and was in the midst of a re-vamp and rebuild, but then Vesuvius had a massive eruption in 79AD covering everything with a thick layer of ash and preserving everything in its path till it ...
... train back to Rome. Well that was an experience in public transport like no other. We were jammed in the middle of two carriages like sardines, there must have been over 30 people in the small space. With no windows or aircon, the perspiration was dripping down our backs onto the floor. We got off at Napoli only to think we had one more stop to go so jumped on again. All these Italian women started jabbering at us in Italian, looking ...
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... our cheerful land lady. The next day we were walking down a typical dirty alley littered with rubbish and covered with graffiti as high as the riff-raff can reach, when two old men (previously reclining on a couple of wooden chairs and chatting casually) suddenly started yelling at me, "Please! Please! Please!" They sounded distressed, and I had no idea why, until I realized they are pointing to a pamphlet in my back pocket. Did they think it was ...
... at, along with a bottle of sorrento’s local wine. We had a great nights sleep last night. I think the best nights sleep so far. I think the time difference has biologically set in and we’re feeling well rested.
Today it is raining off and on as well so we’re relaxing and going with the wind. Hopefully getting in a swim and some outdoor time when the rains let up or maybe in the rain. it’s all up to us : )
Until next time, ...