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... was supposed to take last year when he learned he required an esophagectomy. I found this incredibly interesting because this is the type of patient I commonly care for in the ICU. It was interesting to hear his story as a healthy, recovered patient who is doing great and traveling Europe. Sadly, I see other outcomes in my line of work, so to see him living life with vigor was encouraging. As I was enjoying my first dinner in Sorrento, they ...
... we got to Almafi we did a boat trip down one coast line and back up the other side. They pointed out villas owned by famous people that you can't really get a good look at from the road but you could see from the boat. Sofia Loren's one had a helicopter parked up as well as a separate guest villa - how the other half live! A great overall view if the Almafi village and surrounding area. Lemon and olive groves everywhere and ceramic ...
... soy yoghurt woo!) and then made our way to the station to visit Pompeii and the Herculaneum. We joined a tour at Pompeii which was absolutely worth while. Our guide Karim was excellent and although he only took us through one section of the ruins he gave us so much detail and information that you couldn't possibly know just with a map and headsets. It was amazing to look around the ruins and see the ingenuity ...
... then 8 and wake up call at 7:15
Luv to all giggles
P.S grandy I am craving a parmigiana right now so that's a hint for when we get back!!!
Mikaela caught the chairlift at Annacapri which was a really lovely little town and not so upmarket as Capri. The island is shaped like an 8 with Capri on one loop and Annacapri on the other. The roads are very narrow and windy but the drivers manage OK.
... Isle of Capri. We then broke up into smaller groups and took vans up the very narrow mountain roads to the top of the island mountain to the little town of Ana Capri. Once there we spent the morning looking at the Cappucin Monastery Gardens and the local shops. The views of the sea are absolutely fabulous from this height perspective. We sampled more limoncello - yum. On the square, we sat near ...