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... just a lone Moroccan vendor. These vendors sell everything from toys to lighters, kitchen supplies to batteries, trudging up and down the streets of practically every town. Sometimes I get the impression that they’re really just beggars looking for people’s sympathy—but other times they look like legitimate businessmen who provide a useful service to folks who have a the corner store walk right up to their front door. Whatever the case, they ...
We spent the morning wandering the streets of Pompeii. It was very interesting but morbid at the same time the whole town got covered when Mt Vesuvius erupted then was dug up years later leaving it as the most preserved ancient roman city, the look on some of the moulds of peoples faces will haunt me you can see the pain and fear. The city is massive we were there over two hours and didn't see even half the city. In the afternoon we when to the township ...
Little wonder our taxi driver couldn't find A Un Passo Da! (A Step Away). As it turned out he drove past it pulled up, upsetting a few of his fellow Neapolitans, who were not three different colours by the way, and said that will be €10, you can find your own way from here. Which translated means I have NFI! But as you can see our lodgings are tucked behind a non-descript garage door. However inside is lovely and ...
... here before joining our guide. One of the hotels offered a special lunch deal for tour groups -chips or salad followed by pasta or pizza and ice cream plus a drink for 12 euro, most of us took it. The ruins are enormous in that they cover such a large area. Most building finish at the roof line but others are more complete. The guided tour was interesting but only touched the very edge and we never got to see the more interesting things. Never ...
... you all get plates of pasta. They were so welcoming! I was really happy to just sit there and listen and watch...and eat. :) And wow...so many courses, one after the other. We were served first. It was quite informal, but someone was always bringing me a plate of food and everyone else was helping themselves. First was squid pasta, then BBQ chicken, then I think pork tripe, BBQ rabbit, then sausages, then eggplant parmigiana, watermelon, and 4 kinds of dessert. And lots ...