- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... benefits of the ferry) we are sitting right up the front so we can "get a good view" and note the driver texting! Worse to come, whoever he was texting called him, so now he is speaking and gesturing, as they tend to do, using both hands. OMG Is he serious? I have a pic I took at the same time which has captured our hands on the rail, as we hurtle forward to our impending demise (and hoping that the kids would be returned the undamaged memory card from my camera, realise that this dude ...
... two years since we met on the Camino. We are now discerning and planning for Camino Portuguese and how to move forward as we step into the future. I've had my moments where I want to change my ticket and head back home to California, but I feel that is not the direction my life should be going. It is too familiar and the unknown and the unfamiliar are what is calling me at this point in my life. I know that I am where I am supposed to be. So... there ...
... in each direction and kept returning to our street so I wouldn’t get lost. We also had a back up plan that Mel would turn her phone off airplane mode at a certain time in case I needed to find a phone and call her. Not that she would have been much help to me.
Finally I went back to the apartment and up the 75 steps to check the map. On my second attempt I found it. The Despar supermarket greeted me with the usual Italian display of Nutella as soon as you ...
... right now. After saying our goodbyes, we all showered and got ready for dinner. We will not have any crew, but the three of us, until we get to Ischia, in a couple of days. This is a very big boat, with just two crew: Jacques and Marina. The have done this before, and are not concerned in the slightest. Me? I am worried -- but they are confident. I can do all the fenders, and help with throwing the lines, but that is it. Hoisting a sail -- no way.... Anyhow, our ...
Sunday was our last day in Sorrento. We woke up fairly early, packed our bags and then waited outside for a minibus. When the minibus arrived they took us to a little harbour where we went to a coaster island called Capri with about seventy other people. We got good seats on the boat and after waiting for a bit we were off. It took about half an hour to get to Capri and then we spent another half an hour going around ...