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Travel Blogs from Camigliatello Silano
... This exchange had been observed by the (very) old ladies on their balconies and doorways, and as we headed up the mountain, were happy to greet us. When we returned to the piazza on our way back down, there was a fellow sellling cherries from his truck. Joined the queue and bought 2kg for 5€. Tucked into these as we drove out of town.
Sant Severina was one of those spectacular castellos with ...
... and other shellfish that I tend not to eat. I took advantage of Pauls preoccupation with all the shellfish to use my bread to dunk into all the sauces and marinades, his included!
Only one other diner was not a local in the busy restaurant. There was even table of "mafia types", with the "godfather" being greeted most reverently by the owner and all the staff. He was the one wearing a tie, dark clothing, and kept his sunnies on all evening. That was ...
... charitable quest.
Tony passed on Paul's tale to club president Vincenzo "Enzo" d'Angelo and the boys took our Mod to their big Italian hearts.
"Great guys," gushed Paul.
Moving on Paul passed through Paestum on the SS18 coastal road and "beautiful town after beautiful town".
But the weather system hanging around this part of Italy means frequent rain and that had the ...
... cloud cover as we were so high up in the mountains. Very excited as the only other time us Giffords had been through the clouds was in a Boeing 777! We arrived around 5pm and met Enzos cousin Rosanna who had prepared the house for us. We had dinner at her house and am now sitting by the fire as it is quite cool here in the mountains. We are having a day or so of doing very little as we have packed so much into each day so far. The ...
... people could go swimming. We had brought our bathers but decided not to go in.. We stayed there for about half an hour and then headed back for the Sorrento Peninsular, where we headed south to Positano. The boat was going on to Amalfi, but since we had already spend 2 hours there on Wednesday, we elected to get off at Positano. A small motor launch came out from the beach and picked us up. It cost €3 ...
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