Baia di Puolo
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... narrow cobbled streets and beside the occasional presumably ancient olive and lemon grove. We made a few wrong turns, had to double back a couple of times and ask for directions, though no one seemed to have heard of the towns we thought we needed to get to. Eventually we were directed off the cobbled path onto something that quickly became more like a goat path, skirting the coast 200 or so metres above the water. It was ...
... are falling directly on top of you in your right eye and the sea is in relaxing, perfect symmetry in your left. 5 days and nights with this view! Interestingly enough, we overlook the famed hotel, La Sirenuse (which I will come back to later on). We have virtually the same view as them for about $500 less a night.
For dinner I had booked us in advance at this place called La Taglieta. They drove us 20 minutes up the mountains to this place where ...
... was coming in from the northeast, dark moody clouds obscuring the peak and the thunder cracking and rolling exactly what I imagine the unsubtle foreplay of a volcano would sound like, and depite myself I wished it would erupt so I could see it, and in 2000 years to have some archeologist find my hard as nails camera still intact with history's most foolish and epic selfie. Maybe thats why there's a town there, after all. It would be a hell of a sight.
... Steven and in 2 seats. We all tried to nap at various stages and achieved various amounts of success with it. Managing more to enjoy the view of the mountains and sea below us than anything else.
On arrival in to Naples we (along with about 20 other people) were delightfully confused as we attempted to find the car hire shuttle bus as it was not clearly signposted and despite having an intercom system we were not ...
... can be seen for miles. As we approached Pompeii my mind wandered back to those history lessons and imagining Mt Vesuvius exploding over Pompeii in 79AD. It was quite surreal. Patricia dropped me at the entrance and we agreed to meet back there in 2 hours. Lucky for me entry was free for the week so I picked up an audio guide for 5 euro and away I went. I enjoyed going back in time and wandering through the ruins in the sunshine. A morning well spent. ...