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... br> When you meet this people, you cannot stop wondering, how is posible they always have a smile in the face when they can work perfectly 15 h per day during the summer.
Its not a eassy life, paradise is amaizing but i believe they pay the price.
Minori is a fisher town, small, cute and with great people. At the beggining they were a little but confuse with our presence, at the end all the parents bring coffe to us, some people ...
... accepted themselves and made the best of what they had..... Lesson learnt..... Watch this space!
Our siesta was interrupted by a 30-piece brass band playing down our street. Later, on our way to dinner, we saw they were part of a procession for Corpus Domini, which the whole town took part in.....
Dinner was pizza, salad followed by gelato..... What a difficult life!
... all fantastic and with a view of Vesuvius, it really brings it all home. Almost 2000 years of history we are walking on and inside. While tiring walking on the uneven stones, we do it even though Bianca is breaking down near the end. She comes back to life when she sees a shop just outside the grounds. We drive back to Minori without incident.
We eat at Bar Europa which is in the main square. Very nice people, food is OK but not many choices so we ...
... all going to plan. We hop back in the car and begin the precarious drive up to Ravello. No problem! We arrive in a parking area that says 11 Euros an hour - wow – but a friendly parking policemen directs us into a much cheaper area close to the main square. We find a park easily again and walk up to the main square.
Ravello is busy and it is lunchtime, so we have a look at a few shops and the main square, Piazza Vescovado. Then we find a small shop selling basic food ...
... out by slaves in Roman times to make a 400 km aqueduct, connecting tunnels and water cisterns. Parts of it were huge where the cisterns were (or water storage areas) and other parts were really narrow for the channels to move the water around. They used jugs on ropes to lower down and fill with water. They stopped using them when cholera broke out in 1884 & since the rock was tufa (volcanic origin), although it was very strong, it was also porous, it let the cholera into ...