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... because this is something they’ve seen on TV—no, this is an Amalfi tradition, and it’s beautiful to see the young and old joining together to make music like this. We continue on up the hill a ways and, what do you know? there’s another percussion band practicing there as well! So I’m guessing that there must be some sort of contest at the end and each neighbourhood competes against the others. And with that, an amazing day of discovery comes to an ...
... here, not sure if it beats the Central Otago stone fruit but it's pretty up there. There is heaps of peaches, nectarines and grapes. Next stop was in Almafi, and it was beautiful. We had absolutely delicious food here!!!! We went on a boat along the Amalfi coast line. The views were stunning and the water so clear and blue. Next stop was in Ravello. Once again, a stunning town. We had a ...
... what to expect we were both blown away by the size and number of buildings that are preserved. We saw into rich peoples houses, bars and shops, streets with wagon wheel tracks cut into the basalt cobblestones, temples and even a brothel! In some of the buildings the plaster was still intact that were painted, we also saw some mummified bodies and skeletons. I have often wondered why the people were caught so off guard as it was buried ...
... to Ravello. We do find it and head that way but we are going straight up up up again and it is not looking at all like the map. Soon we are on a burro trail. How do we know? Well, ummmm we do know what burros leave on said trails when they are working hard to go straight up a hill. We come upon a farmer and his wife grazing their horse. Of course I take photos and realize how much I miss my horses but no we did not even try to ask them to help us figure out where we were and how ...
... villa the latter one of two villas for which the town is famous. Built in the 13th century, the villa's guests have included popes and kings, as well as Richard Wagner, who composed part of his opera Parsifalhere in 1880. Views from its idyllic gardens are magnificent, as are those from the nearby Villa Cimbrone. Ravello overlooks the towns of Scala, Atrani and busy Amalfi, and from some ...