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... for a bit, talking to our French-Canadian dorm buddies about how Australia really wasn't a dangerous country - the second time we had done so this trip. After that we went to dinner at a beautiful deli that also served as a very small restaurant. The owner had a chat and a drink with us (white wine with peaches, which was amazing) and asked us casually what we wanted, with no menu provided. We ended up getting a huge and stunning platter with 2 meats, bruschetta ...
Going back to Positano, this time for the day, once again, two bus rides to get there. We get off at the top of town. Have a snack at a cafe where Brendan sees a booklet by John Steinbeck. It is a piece he wrote for Harper's Bazaar back in 1953 about his time in Positano. We could relate to his descriptions of the roads and drive into Positano. ...
the large buildings still have their frescos intact. It was incredible to see and
we walked through the house of the wealthy people and saw how massive and
lavish it was. We strolled around a little more until the heat was too much
then it was cannoli time! Unfortunately the canoli wasn’t super doper, but it
was a heap better than the ones we had in Venice.
Back into the bus and driving down the west coast ...
... we are heading out at 0930 on a boat tour. The hostel we are staying at works with a family here in town. They have a speed boat that can only accommodate 10 people, the guys' mother makes us home made sandwiches for lunch, we swim in the sea, jump off of 30 foot cliffs, take a quick tour of Capri, and swim some more! It is an all day thing and we won't be back until around 1730. I think this is going to be the best part of ...
... it out for a little, and once it died down they would push on through the ancient ruins. It slowed down, and the crew went to explore. Upon exploration, however, it started to rain again even harder. They all agreed that Pompeii was cool and very interesting, but the rain was too much and they headed back. They rolled into the hotel looking something like wet rats, and promptly ordered Italian beers.