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... abruptly against the forested hillsides. There are a few itinerant vendors wandering about—they seem to be very much a part of the fabric of society here in southern Italy. I see three of them side by side, each fitting right into the stereotype: An African fellow selling pirated DVDs…a Chinese woman selling miscellaneous gadgets… and a Roma woman… just begging.
I look at them and ...
... head on into the wild and expore a greater swath of Southern Italy… but right now I’m just fascinated by this Napoli Region, and as long as I’m discovering new towns every day, I think I’ll just keep going.
I pick up where I left off in Torre del Greco, where I follow a long stretch of road line with houses, with nary a space in between them. And this is the “hot zone”, the area most likely to be hit by a ...
... it’s next to interact with the locals a little here in the main plaza of Torre del Greco. And so I continue on down the hill, catch the train back to Napoli, get off at the Montesanto Station up the hill, and experience another section of Napoli on my way back to my hostel. It’s hard to believe that just a few hours ago, I was freezing my balls off, staggering down the snowy slopes of Mount Vesuvius, almost being blown over by the ...
... process only took about five minutes and then the pizza was done and we took them back to the dining room and feasted on our creations.
The evening was a lot of fun and so far one of the best evenings of this trip. Once we finished our pizza's we had Nutrella pizza's for dessert and finally we were invited by our NETC tour guide ...
... we drank a
bit too much wine so when we walking home I was desperate to find a
toilet. We found a cafe and I walked in and I immediately asked for a
cappuccino and a toilet. The girl started laughing and pointed me to
the toilet. When I came back out I found out it sounded like I was
ordering a cappuccino and a toilet... ugh, no. Anyways, apparently
when we walked and I order a coffee and toilet there was a famous
footballer (soccer) at the counter who left ...