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... hill, showered and changed and took the stairs, about 400, down to Fornillo beach because tonight is the annual Fish Festival for Positano. Fisherman fish for two days for this and all the restaurants on that beach close. The only thing sold tonight is about five different fish/calamari/mussels and clam items and wine. There were many areas where locals were cooking all of the fish dishes fresh and the queues were so long. They should have made heaps of money. There was a band, a ...
... water today !!
Tragically, Jan got back into shopping mode - so we will now need 2 RAF Hercules to get "our" belongings back home.
Amazingly, when it came to getting a bite for lunch.... guess where Jan suggested we go..... yes (you got it!), right back up that bloody hill where we got the haircut earlier in the day......we must have walked a good 5 kms today in sweltering heat..... why (said Bob to Jan), didn't we either (a) ...
... Amalfi coast along the way.
We arrived in Positano at 3:30pm and after disembarking from the ferry, we obtained directions to the bus stop. There were many, many stairs and hills.
We needed to catch the local bus to Montepertuso where our B&B is located. Montepertuso is a village above Positano. We were disappointed to read on the schedule that the next bus wouldn’t arrive until 4:20pm. While we were waiting for the bus we met an English couple that gave us a ...
... were closed, crazy drivers, narrow streets and ZTL’s everywhere. Ro was determined however and so after much angst and a polite conversation with a police officer we arrived at Marina Grande. Well, it wasn’t that grand. There were boasts everywhere in the beach area and old men wandering about. The sand looked like dirt and the water didn’t look very appealing. Sadly the swim was not going to happen.
We drove ...
... so I put my foot down and said we could wait - not paying $6.50 NZD for a little coffee. We did go off the tourist beaten lanes and find a deli for lunch and got a beer for 1.20 euro ..... far better spend of money I think. We also got a lovely selection of foods like fried anchovies, lasagne, rice salad with meats and vege, roast potatos with oregano, grilled seasoned courgettes and eggplants and squid salad for $13 euro total. It was heaps and we ...