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... they straggled in after having walked along the waters edge and then climbed up the stairs and walkway to the road. They made it halfway when they met felicity and Peter who were coming for a visit. Finding a roadside shop they were able to buy our oil and come back. A pleasant afternoon was spent chatting,eating and drinking. We set out for dinner at le Pirata, one of the very nice restaurants down on ...
... many people smile back...and my God, you'd think smiling was a contagious terminal disease they're scared their going to catch and die from! I probably average one return smile in twenty. So because of this the 'gloss' of Positano is wearing off!...but anyway I digress...
Back to my day in Capri. After the boat ride I was going to catch the bus or get the gondola ride from the marina to the main city of Capri, but when I see the queues of people I think perhaps ...
Pompeii seems like a distant memory now, although only under a week ago. We are now laying by the pool in Mykonos and I have taken the opportunity to catch up on my diary and it is proving difficult as all concept of time is lost!! Pompeii was certainly interesting although a little disappointing as I believe my idea of what we would see on the walking tour was certainly not correct. We saw two bodies that had been moved in to a storage area with the ...
... toffee apples and chestnuts OR a place to sleep... :) All the buildings were made from local stone. The couple that we were allowed into that had roofing were amazingly cool and a nice respite from the hot sun. All in all, it looked like the people of Pompei lived a very comfortable life until AD79 when they and their world vanished.
After a couple of hours the 'fans' began to arrive in their thousands, and I mean thousands. I think word was out that it was a ...
... layed into the ground that were works of art. They had small ponds in many of the buildings that were pretty. It was fun to visualize what each little building was made for, some easier than others like ones with stoves that looked really advanced for the time period they were built in. We also walked into a coliseum and that was really cool to think that there were people fighting many many years ago. Lastly we came across a building ...