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Docked in 'old Napoli' on a day of brilliant sunshine. I was off the ship early at 8am and it was already blisteringly hot. Photo taken on the pier with a crew member in a chefs uniform wielding a giant pizza. A bit further along I was accosted by another member of the crew dressed up as a sailor. When I protested that I had already been snapped with the pizza guy he grabbed me around the waist and said 'well no problemo, now one for the ...
... d organised a Couchsurfing host. After I arrived a minute late for the train to find its doors shut and ready to depart, I had an hour to cool my heels in the station before the next train.
After an easy trip, in keeping with most of Italy’s trains, I arrived in Florence and headed to a hostel that I’d been recommended by an Aussie girl who’d contacted me through Couchsurfing, with whom I’d been hoping to catch up. On walking into the hostel lounge to ...
... amazing in times of darkness when people had no knowledge and it should
now only be used when we talk about death and what there was before big
bang. All the rest doesn't need any religion to be explained. A country
whose laws are inspired from religion is a country where people find it
hard to be free and happy, especially when it's the religion itself that
limits your freedom and decides that a person is less important because
... process - parts of Pompeii are still closed for excavation and it's said that only 25% of Herculaneum has been excavated - the rest lies beneath the town of Ercolano, which was built on top of the 20m of ash and rock that buried the ancient city.
I ended up spending around three hours exploring Pompeii, and an additional two hours or so at Herculaneum. It really is amazing how well preserved these cities are, especially when you see the colourful frescoes ...
... albeit very hot and sweaty, and boarded the 2:20 train to Napoli.
Once in Napoli we stowed our luggage at the bagagli deposito which closes at 9pm. This allowed us five hours to explore Naples. This city has a bad reputation, which I think is somewhat unfair. This is my second time in Naples, both admittedly short visits. There is a lot of trash overflowing refuse cans and even blowing in the streets (this litter problem also plagues ...