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... down and it didn't take quite so long. We jumped back on the bus and started down the winding steep road back to Pompeii. Whilst this has been 2 full energy sapping days in Pompeii, it has also been captivating, we have seen things we have only read about and seen photos of, it is almost surreal to think that we have experienced the result of death and destruction of a whole city community thousands of years ago whilst the shell of the city stands now, still ...
... br> Thanks to all at home (especially Tina and Matthew) who are keeping these things at bay for us on this holiday! We have taken the day to get caught up on those things that needed attention. I have re-packed us for the next few days. Grant has put out the fires as best that we can from here and of course... we "needed" to go to the beach. So with those things taken care of ... it has been a very useful day! The Internet has been on and off today so ...
... where he grew up. He took us to a small museum in one town where they discovered ancient Roman baths and they have found pottery, glass, and coins from excavating it. Earlier this morning we strolled the grounds of Cimbrone which was lovely as we had the gardens to ourselves unlike during business hours when the general public pays to visit. I can't get enough of this beautiful ...
... is known for its ceramics and handmade cameos. The chef was this old Italian woman who wore this enormous turquoise flower in her hair. She kept coming out and saying, "Good, Good". I think it was a question, but I am not sure we had a choice but to agree with her. We spent the afternoon back at our hotel in Sorrento, Italy. Rein and I walked the small alley streets and enjoyed ...
... were very beautiful. There were lots of staircases as you would expect of a town built on the side of a steep cliff but luckily we did not have to climb very many today. There were bougainvillea flowering everywhere, lots of pretty shops, lots of fruit shops selling lemons ( some were as big as grapefruit), beautiful blue sea and some beautiful hotels and villas. The beaches were very crowded but were mainly pebbles.