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... all these little alleyways that wind into each other full of a mixture of high street labels, cute italian label stores, restaurants, tourist shops, lemoncello stores everywhere, and lots of handmade shops. the shop here all open 10-1pm then reopen for 4-9pm so the rest of sunday was spent exploring these fun little passages and soaking up this hustling but enjoyable vibe. I must admit the italians are obviously used to much hotter temps then me as I ...
... I learned? "mangia, mangia!" – the repeated line that Morgan’s house mom said to me over and over again, until I was afraid I wouldn’t fit through the door to leave. I guess I could add a little blurb about exploring the city of Pompeii last weekend, or the Sorrento ruins that I went to see the sunset for the past two nights. But, that just sounds like too much work at the moment. My apologies for my laziness as a blogger.
More to come soon! (maybe) ...
... we stopped at 2 grottos to see the famous blue/green water. It was not the famous blue grotto, but very similar. We swam again and it was cooling and wonderful.
Rich and I had a very quiet and romantic dinner on our last night in Positano, at a restaurant perched perilously from the cliffs of Positano. We had a good Brunello wine and a seafood dinner.
... of Augusto are pretty with great views of the Faraglioni rocks, and of the Krupp path. Unfortunately path was closed so couldn't walk down it.
Time for a cuppa while waited for the Ferry. Unbelievable pushing and shoving from people getting on the ferry - even before those arriving had had a chance to get off. No idea why.
A great day and place will add to list to revisit and perhaps stay a few days at some stage.
... any given time waiting to part with their cash. And this goes on all day.
The boatman would then row over to the opening of the grotto and, commanding his passengers to lie down flat, would pull his boat through and into the grotto by means of a chain that had been strung for that purpose. Once in the grotto you would be allowed to sort of sit up so you might admire the view.
The sunlight coming in through the small entrance is filtered ...