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This hike was done backwards 1191. Quest to Connect the Hikes (Italy 168) Casoria, January 4, 2012 Day 073: 3.0 kms, 5 hours Today I have to hike all the way to the northern edge of Napoli and beyond and beyond, to connect my Napoli Superhikes with the Caserta/Aversa segments of my hike. It looks pretty straightforward: there are hills to the north and no direct roads, so I have to head northeast to a busy street that cuts through a valley to the suburbs beyond. Here ...
... well, a view of a big hole. Impressive and imposing when you know its destructive capability, but its still a big hole. The walk down was much easier, just lean back and let gravity do the work. And watch out for stupid rocks!
The next stop was lunch. We stopped at a pizzeria near Pompeii. Apparently in Naples they only do two types of pizza, Margarita and Marinara, and the marinara has no seafood, Just meat and tomato. While that sounds incredibly boring, but the pizza ...
... work tney've done, descriptions of what went on in tne various buildings and who the people were. It is amazing how the archeologists have pieced so much together after nearly 2,000 years. I'll let some of our pictures tell today's story.
We left Pompeii at around 5 o'clock for the journey home and retracing our steps again, got back to our house and around 7.30pm. Another wonderful day,
... of these issues, diving is certainly much more fun than snorkeling, I will say. There was a good number of colorful fish in addition to the Roman roads, statues, and marble floors. Not too bad for my first dive.
You get the impression that the people in Naples don’t care too much for their surroundings and are maybe a bit lazy. It isn’t the cleanest part of the world and many people are overweight. Then, there is the way ...
Day 073: 7.0 kms, 3 hours
It's out of my way now, but I figure I should go ahead and backtrack to Casavatore, where the mountains of trash problem continue—but there is a pleasant little neighbourhood shops street with a tiny little square I can strum in.
Then I start a series of wrong turns that go from being interesting to downright annoying. Normally I like to see taking a "wrong turn" as an opportunity to discover something ...