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... well, Amalfi. The road was very windy and if our bus was any bigger it would not have been able to complete the journey. It was an entertaining bus ride and I was joined by the bubbly Samantha for the day. Amalfi was a once prominent Naval power in Italy before a tsunami in 1343 destroyed their port and they never recovered. We took a tour of the town and then jumped onto a boat tour ...
... at roadside Checked in as usual and found our room. Our room has a magnificent view over the Mediterranean ocean and Sorrento. After a coffee at the hotel lounge, we walked a few hundred metres down hill to the main street of Sorrento called Corso Italia. This street/area has lots of shops, restaurants, bars and markets. We wandered around, had a cool drink and passed a ...
... Irish bar, where we met Joshua, the owner who happily gave us free shots of lemonchello, the popular Italian alcoholic beverage and free bruschetta on arrival. We liked Joshua as he left off a beer or two in our final bill so it was even better!! The food we had in Sorrento was very good but it was difficult to get away from pizza or pasta! Amalfi day trip: We jumped on the town bus and headed towards Amalfi. It was an unreal drive along the coast as ...
... a bit hard to see, far left of the image) the creepy dude poking his head out grinning. (I think that was Silenus? The hairy old dude that tags along behind big D on a donkey and occasionally bangs the Maenads.)
Well, after Pompeii we wandered back to Sorrento for some deliciously froofy ice tea, and tomorrow we're off to Florence, were I will be among my own people! (the Florentines. Get it? Eh? Eh?)
Well, we have left Crete and traded in our meat on a stick for Pizza, we scored 2 seats on the bi monthly rotator flight coming back from the Gulf with some troops. We wanted to go to Rota, Spain but it seems Rota is like a Unicorn often talked about but never seen or caught, the flt was a commercial charter for the military and our 1.5 hour flt included a meal and was a 767 only about half full. It seems a group of Seamen about 30 ...