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... foot gives her some grief, but we are use to taking care of it, so the ice packs are constantly being chilled where ever possible.
Lauren told us the other day that Calamari isn't Italian, because you can get it in St Kilda! Such lovely comments along the way keep us laughing and her views that come right out of "left field" make it an even more special time.
So, love to all
Till next time...we leave here for Rome via Genazzano tomorrow.
Xx Maureen, Murdoch, and Lauren
... is spectacular. I sat in the front set of the bus and could see over the cliff edges when the bus got too close to the edge. The driver had to negotiate lots of other buses, trucks, cars and narrow roads on the drive to Amalfi. I clapped the driver when we got off the bus. The ride was better than a Dreamworld ride. We were worried about contacting the people we were to meet at the air bnb accommodation. However the fellow was there waiting for us when the bus arrived. ...
... and take the boat to Capri. It was obvious that we didn't have the time for everything so we ditched Naples and its underground (planned for Paris) and Capri (another island, another beach etc). So we ended up staying in Pompeii, driving the Amalfi Coast, visiting the ruins of Pompeii and trekking up Vesuvius to the volcano crater; ie we opted for more substance than pretties.
So let's talk about Amalfi and driving in ...
We had decided to visit Positano and Amalfi today. The campsite was very helpful and we bought our tickets for the "blue" bus in advance to save hassle at the station. We caught the "orange" bus into town and found our way to the main bus station where there was a massive cue for the bus. When it arrived we decided not to get as we would have had to stand but to wait 20mins for the next one when a join Wright/ Arthur ...
... choice of taking a boat or hiking. We took the hiking route not knowing what we were getting ourselves into! Our hike started by climbing stairs through the town which was easier than I had expected and than we came to a small town where Bruno than pointed out where we would be hiking too. When we glanced up it was the steepest mountain I could ever imagine hiking up and let me tell you, the path in the woods was not clear cut and I being dumb wore Old Navy flip flops! ...