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... for our little cooker, so we headed to the local Decathlon about 20 mins up the road, and along the way had a chance to see all of the market garden areas around Salerno, and I tell you what, the tomato plants that were being grown were massive, over 6 foot tall, and we passed almost a kilometer of greenhouses full of them!
And then we got to Decathlon to find that they were sold out of the gas.... Bugger. At least we still have 1 full ...
... bells and around the next corner came across a huge herd of Mountain Goats and there owner, he was attempting to shift them to who knows where but they were not interested they rather liked my camera and stuck around I thought it best after a while to move on so he could get on with his day - another unexpected but well needed rest to catch my breath! I ended up being up the mountain for a good few hours too much to take in, and when I ...
Sunday 15 September Weather - sunny and very warm Another beautiful day dawned and I just caught the last bit of the sunrise from our terrace. Today was always going to be another do nothing day. We had a leisurely breakfast outside and both of us read for a while on the banana Lounges under the umbrella. I ventured onto the vegetable terrace and picked some tomatoes and fresh basil for our lunch. We have bruschetta ...
Sadly today is my last day on the Amalfi Coast, so I pack and take an early bus into Positano, where I sit at a waterfront cafe, with a capuccino freddo, taking in the last of it's beauty and strolling through the vine covered laneways.
Back at the villa I say my goodbyes and head to Naples for my flight to Catania, Sicily. Flying over the coast I can see how vast and spreadout firstly Naples is, then the townships stretching right down the coast. Being such ...
... decided to just stay at a B&B in Nocella. We had an amazing dinner with wine, pasta, and limoncello. I
learned that the Campania region is famous for Aglianico grapes, which makes my favorite red wine so far, and for limoncello. The B&B was great - nothing quite like waking up and overlooking the Amalfi Coast. On Sunday the weather was gorgeous so we walked the 1,700 steps down to Positano and did some more walking ...