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... just below the water line, White because of the colour of the limestone rocks, and Green because of the crystal salts and the sun reflections in the water. Unfortunately the Blue (famous) grotto was closed due to the bad water conditions. There is no way you could have gotten a little boat in there today with the waves crashing against the rocks there.
Next stop was the port of Capri. There were lots of waves so we were holding onto each other trying to help everyone off. We ...
... then the chairlift up to the top. From here we could see across the Bay of Naples to Vesuvius and Naples, however there was a layer of cloud over Naples which hindered our view of the peak of Vesuvius. We stopped for lunch in Anacapri before wandering down to the Funicular to catch it down to Marina Grande. Back onto the boat for the journey home hugging the coastline back to Positano. For dinner we ...
... streets to find a small italian restaurant..
Woke up to amazing sunshine again and had an amazing breakfast sitting in the rooftop restaurant with 500 other excitable Italians !!
At 11am (yes a very slow breakfast - but who wouldn't with this view) we had a quick wander down to the harbour and then set off in the car along the sea drive.
... all of which were still too crowded to even find a parking space. We stopped in Positano, about two-thirds of the way out on on the peninsula to visit the Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta. This church has a 13th century Byzantine altar, that features a "Black Madonna". We stopped for lunch on the way back up to our car.
By early afternoon the temperatures were quite hot (in the upper 80s), so we skipped taking a hike in the nature reserve ...
... down to Positano beach for a gelato. As they got off the bus back to the villa, Rena and Rob got on the same bus, heading for the beach for a drink, some time to themselves and to book our evening meal. We joined them having cocktails about an hour later.
We had our last meal in Positano at La Tre Sorelle (The Three Sisters) right on the beach. It was a fantastic meal and all six of us struggled with very full stomachs, followed by a 500m uphill climb to the bus ...