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... If we lived here we would be in trouble and adopting them all!
The ferry comes on time… well on time for the 9:15 instead of the 8:40 but on time for someone! We climb aboard and head upstairs having learned in the Mayan Riviera to never sit inside on a ferry! The day is perfect and we are enjoying our 30 minute ride to the Island of Capri. About half way into our trip the lady in front of us turns around and points out an island that has ...
... a lesson about Sundays that we still hadn't quite taken on. We walked back to the hostel and ended up sharing a €5 Napoli pizza and playing cards for a while. We went back up to the room and had a conversation with an older Australian girl from our room about gap years and study (she labelled her life since school the '10 year gap year'), happy to talk to someone who had been through it all already. We went to sleep already sensing a better nights rest ahead of ...
... enjoying a meal and watching Italy's version of Deal or No Deal every night at the hotel (it involves singing, dancing and comical sunglasses- Flavio (the host) could definitely teach Noel Edmonds a thing or two!
After 6 weeks ,10 pizzas and a daily serving of pasta, it is now time to bid farewell to Italy. My next stop is Hong Kong, it will be a big change from Angri's quiet, cobbled streets, but I'm excited for my next adventure amongst the bright lights of the city.
... to the centre of the town which was probably around 1.5km up very steep hills and stairs! Going up was a little tough in the heat but was worth it for the view once we were up there!! We wandered around for the rest of the time and then jumped back on the boat where Piro took us to another area back over near Sorrento for another swim! Back on the boat and we were back to Sorrento at around 5.30pm! Long day but totally worth it! So glad we booked this ...
... many bodies who had succumbed to the poisonous gasses were entombed, and, today, can be viewed as plaster casts. Rather than being macabre, this sight brings a sense of humanity to the site. The frozen expressions remind me that people, real people lived here. The road home takes us past Monte Cassino, a place synonymous with sacrifice and courage. Although not on the original itinerary, we make a detour to experience the place, and to pay our respects. Tom expertly guides the ...