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... which overlooks the ocean from the winding, precipitous road. The journey to Positano is one hour, and as soon as the bus is full (and it’s very full, with around 30 people standing), we are on our way.
We hop off the bus at Positano, and find we are in exactly the same place where Bryan took a photo of us twenty years ago. We pose for a similar photo. Little has changed, except that we are twenty years older, and back then there was no one ...
... versions of cocktails in which case I should ask first.
Thunder and lightening kick off outside and we have ourselves a proper storm. The last one we had was in Split but it was late at night and so didn't disrupt our plans. I tune into 2GB to listen to the game. Kick off is 8pm AEST but as usual they are running late. I decide to see if I can live stream the game onto my iPad and I download the NRL app (which takes forever), fill out all the ...
... to drive around the Amalfi coast.
And I thought it was AMAZING. So we dove in the water and I did some did some flips into the water almost did a double flip.
And we went to the islands where Sirens were said to be there.
There is a story, here it is.
So there was a pirate ship a very long time ago and they where sailing by some rocks and heard singing. So the sailors put wax in their ears ...
... history of catering for visitors, with two former monasteries being converted to hotels at a relatively early date, the Luna Convento in the second decade of the 19th century and the Cappuccini Convento in the 1880s. Celebrated visitors to Amalfi included the composer Richard Wagner and the playwright Henrik Ibsen, both of whom completed works whilst staying in Amalfi.
Amalfi occupied a high position in medieval architecture; its cathedral of Sant'Andrea (Saint Andrew, ...
... and there were almost no tourists. We checked out a very old beautiful church with gold dome and finally stepped on the beach.
We wanted to take a boat to Amalfi but unfortunately, there was no boat service between Positano and Amalfi this time of the year, therefore our only mode of transportation was the bus. We sat down for a cappuccino and gelato in a terrace café above the beach, and then started walking up to the bus stop towards Amalfi. There are two ...