Lloyd's Baia Hotel
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This was one tiring but eventful weekend. First we visited the ancient ruins of Paestrum. It has been raining most of the time we have been here but still beautiful. The next day, funny story, on our way to the water buffalo farm our bus was stopped by italian police for a random check. We later found out that a door had fallen off of our bus and …
Maegan got in quite late last night, we were starting to get worried until she arrived. So good to see her at last.This morning David, Maegan & Alex headed off to get the hire car and returned a couple of hours later with a BMW X1 for us to get around in.We squished all of our bags and ourselves in and headed of for Vietri Sul Mare.
A Top Gear Top Tip, driving in Rome is incredibley ...
... paddle then waddled back to the sea edge, flapped his wings and flew up and low and landed back on the sea past the surf line for another swim.
After our lunch in the shade and a quick look around we hiked back up the steep steps to the bus stop passing yet another load of tourists on the way down. There was a group of 4 large English around our age debating lunch and in a strong not so posh accent an over rotund male said "there must be ...
... before we got anywhere near a ‘highway’. Mamma Mia – what a relief to be driving through the countryside to eventually arrive back at the ship safe and sound at around 5pm. I was so impressed by the skill of the bus driver (and thankful that he didn’t put that bus over the edge of the road!) that I gave him a big hug, a 5€ tip and thanked him for not killing us – he was chuffed (more with the hug than the tip I ...
... also refusing to move her bag for an elderly man who asked for the seat; the younger woman who accepted a seat from a man and then filled it and the one next to it with her bag which should have gone into the baggage hold under the bus; the women who got on with kids and then accepted seats from men only to put the kid in one seat and herself in the other. I wondered how these seemingly selfish people think and if they think at all, then what obligations ...