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... into a church by the converted population, but by then the fate of Paestum was sealed. You see, reader, in 2000 years man has learned very little. The area around was deforested for the pine wood used in building to such an extent that the land became marshland and very unstable. This accompanied by seismic activity meant that the land became unusable. Now I'm not going to get on my high horse about how we are still massively deforesting the land and damaging the ...
... of this city. I’m definitely going to explore this city thoroughly—including the chaotic area around the train station, wandering up and down its grotesquely fascinating alleys.
But that’s not my priority today: today I want to see if it’s really going to be possible to hike from town to town to town, like the map seems to imply, or if I’m just going to end up stuck on some miserable road with no shoulder, ...
... to Positano. The scenery was extraordinary. On one side there was a sheer cliff upwards, on the other a sheer cliff down to the sea. It was a windy road that went along the coast from Sorrento to Positano. The houses are all built on the cliff up the side of a mountain beside the beach. We walked down to the beach and then around the town for a couple of ...
For the second day in Naples we decided to get the hell out of the trash filled cess pool and make our way down the coast aiming for Capri and the Amalfi Coast. Our drive did not start off well and we made giant circles around the city four or five since the GPS had absolutely no idea where we were going. When we finally started our drive it was disappointing because it started to rain though still beautiful. Melissa and I at one ...
... us have tasted before, it was a great choice!
In the hotel grounds they have lemon trees with the HUGEST lemons I have ever seen. Annie wanted to take one home but decided that they were best left for everyone to look at in amazement (and did not want to have a customs man ask her something like, "excuse me Madam, is that a lemon in your bag?" :-) We set Gina and Maddie off on various hunts for things we had seen and they found them all, way too smart for ...