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... We're both very confident in open water after years of scuba diving but we both recognized that we were in real danger here. The waves were white capping underneath us and on several occasions I truly thought the boat may tip over. I kept us close to the shoreline in case we ended up in the water and had to swim ... and we began to look for the life jackets (which we didn't find until after we were safely back to port). It took over an hour to make it back to Sorrento ...
... idiot word became the word of the day.
The house we are staying in is newly renovated and everything is beautifully done, so relaxing. they have provided everything for us including plenty of food.It has 3 levels, ground floor has a 1 bedroom self contained apartment, the upper apartment has two levels with living on the bottom and bedrooms on the top. So comfortable, we are very very happy ...
... so bad for this couple as they were asking the bus driver how to buy tickets or when the next bus would come along. The driver made a small hand gesture but would not say anything else. He just stared at them for about 20 seconds, closed the door on them and then drove on! Yikes. I so much wanted to stand up and yell through the door what to do, but I thought I had better mind my own business. I hope they asked a store keeper or something and got it ...
... candy. As a parent this is the best kind of flattery. And it underscores to me the importance of children. Every pat or smile is propelled by a deep biological need for a community to preserver. We love children because we need them for longer than they need us. Train Rides To do Pomeii as a day trip from Rome is a little tricky. To do it with two small kids in tow requires a touch of insanity. But I was determined that my kids see old stuff that they could ...
Ok so Friday June 8th I headed of down the Highway of the sun towards Naples on my way to Mount Vesuvius, one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world due to its continued activity and proximity to civilization. Of course it gets it's fame as the volcano that buried pompeii and changed the Italian coastline forever. The mountain that remains today is roughly half the size of the mount when ...
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