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... with at least 4 smallish glasses of wine. The owner of the
vineyard, a little old man, noticed the amount of bites I had, and promptly
brought out repellent and gel to soothe the bites I already had. It was a
blessing I can tell you and I felt like royalty. He also topped up my glass
more than once when no one was looking! I had a wonderful time contemplating
life with an awesome view.
One my meal was over, he showed me the vines and ...
... We think that we have only seen about 10% of the city on this visit. We learnt that Vesuvius is still active and has erupted a few times in the 20th century. They have evacuation plans in place but the area around Vesuvius is now occupied by hundreds of thousands of people and given the haphazard and narrow road systems in Italy, it would be absolute chaos in the event of an eruption similar to that that buried old Pompei. We left the place in awe, ...
... a speed that you can barely see it happening, it's truly incredible. First, quality checks are carried out on the sheets of tin to ensure they are strong and durable enough to withstand processing. Next the sheets are varnished depending on their future use (usually white for tomatoes, gold for pulses and clear for baked beans), protecting the tin from acid attack by the food. Another piece of machinery cuts the sheets in 32 equal sized pieces which are ...
... unhelpful Italians, this time in the ticket office at the train station. We found out from another traveller, the train line had some problems and there would be no train for at least an hour. We went and found a lunch bar and I had some lunch. We then went back to the ticket office, the trains were running and we made our way, with some difficulty, to the platform below.
The train was packed and unfortunately Sam had his wallet in his back pocket, ...
... enough, with your standard little amphitheatre surrounded by little rooms and large grassy courtyard surrounded by pillars. But once I got a bit deeper into Pompeii, I quickly realized that this is no normal Roman ruins.
See, typical ruins feel like, well, ruins. Half-fallen walls… pillars… crumbling structures that are just barely give you a shadow of what the city or temple once looked like. But Pompeii is ...