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... and enjoy a good nights sleep in a warm bed. No trudging around carrying all my gear with me… no pestering worries "where am I going to stay the night tonight?" This almost feels like a beginners adventure—not the adventure of a hardened adventure as myself.
But then again, after Egypt pushed me to my breaking point last fall, I'm quite happy to do an “easy” trip and pamper myself a bit for a change. I suppose maybe ...
... I’m definitely going to think twice before taking on a real mountain challenge!
I finally make it down to the valley where I encounter my second foe: ice. I quickly learn that walking downhill on ice is much more tricky than going uphill, and twice I slip, slide, do a clumsy dance before… smack! Coming down right on my behind. Once again I’m reminded of how vulnerable and alone I am. But at least I don’t have to ...
... now is forest, and once again, find my attempt frustrated. I also have a problem that I didn’t bring any water with my. Typically in Italian towns there are always running fountains of water, so I didn’t think I’d need to bring water. Now, I’m starting to really feel the thirst, but I try to convince myself that, if I just keep going, I’ll be able to eat snow to quench my thirst!
Finally I see them… the ...
Day 060: 2 hours, 4.0 kms
After Napoli, not a whole lot changes, it's still a busy, working class street with sturdy but faded old homes. I wonder if hiking from town to town in greater Napoli is going to be as diverse and interesting as hiking greater Paris.
I find a shabby ...
... br> How could we be so lucky...What a gift to find at the end of such a long day!!
On Wednesday our adventure took us down the Amalfi Coast! The advice from the girl at the front
desk (Maria) was to go to Amalfi, then to Ravello and then back to Positano!! We decided to take her advice!
We were back squeezed onto the Sita bus but this time it was to take us along the Amalfi coast. OK!! Picture the Great Ocean Road drive but about 100 ...