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Travel Blogs from Naples
... me. No, he’s not a war refugee—he actually was studying college in Dubai and before that he was a professional tennis player—he’s definitely got some interesting stories to tell. So when I tell Emaddine about my “Superhike” projects and he asks if he can join me, I’m more than happy to accept. I tell him of my plans to hike the Amalfi Coast, and he’s eager to join me for that… But first he says he wants to ...
... me and then mentioned it was his number. He tried telling me that in English so he might have meant taxi number or number of his company; his English wasn't the best. The rest of the journey we spoke in Italian. It's good to get so much practice in.
I think the real highlight of my trip was seeing my friend Ally and exploring Napoli with her-especially Capri but that, my friends, is a whole 'nother story; one which you have probably read previously.
... discoveries. Neopolis/Napoli was discovered in 470 BC by the Greeks. Underneath the museum was an intricate network of market stalls and shops dating back to 600 BC. After emerging from the labyrinth below, we escaped to watch a video while also retreating from the throng of kids that were on a class filed trip. Their excited voices echoed in the cavernous walls below.
The San Lorenzo church outside ...
... Mirjam, she's funny so I knew the day would turn out okay. It was about a 2 hours drive to Naples.
We hopped off the bus and had a small walking tour of Naples by a local guide named Fabio. Naples was average, nothing quite exciting to see. Proceeded onto Pompeii.
I made friends with another girl who was from Melbourne.. forgot her name though.
As soon as we entered the gates of Pompeii I felt a rush ...
... some hardcore landscape.
OK...our driver was named Marcello...he was all of 5' 7" tall and about 145 pounds. When we got into the van, he started up the one-way chatter like a lumberjack starts a Husqvarna chainsaw. I likened him to the Joe Pesci character (Leo Getz) in the Lethal Weapon movies. Once he started, he continued the whole 7-8 hours, and he had an intensity that made a nerve bulge on the side of his forehead. I will say this though...the guy was ...