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Good morning, once again from Coppola Marina, Amalfi. After I opened the door into the salon, I saw my clothes were still in a pile in the couch. Marina had out a towel over the top of them, to protect them from "Nelson hair and claws". The weather forecasting, for today, is pretty much the same as yesterday... H O T. That's ok, we are not going to be here, but at anchor somewhere between here and Naples, as long as the wind is NOT from the South. The Amalfi ...
... the heat, asphixiated by the ash or noxious gases. This information was derived from a letter that one of the locals had written from a nearby safe location, describing the event. The city was originally on the sea front but the coastline is now about 2km away. The city was re-discovered in the 1500's and a little excavated. Over the years more has been opened. There is still much to be excavated, but the perimeter wall has been defined. There are about ...
... anything that isn't supposed to be there. Another important preventative action is La Doria's co-operative relationship with the farmers that supply them, for instance, helping them to understand what equipment they need to prevent foreign bodies entering raw material during harvest. We also visited the warehouse and loading bay. Checks must be carried out on shipping containers to ensure that they are fit for the journey. Containers with holes ...
... wrong. They should have moved to another seat or better still, to their allocated seat!
It was a cranky looking old Italian lady that would not move seats. When the guard came through to check tickets, the Englishman complained and the guard got her to move, justice was done on the train!
Using the toilet on a rapid moving train is interesting. There is a draught coming up the toilet, the flush button is a red button on the floor and ...
Day 061: 9 hours, 10 kms, Day: 23.0
Through an intersection and under the freeway and I'm in Pompeii, the second « must see » location of this hike, after Vesuvius. Ever since childhood, I’ve
been intrigued by stories of this city that was suddenly swallowed up King Vesuvius, not even giving people the chance to flee. And so, even though I’ve already seen Roman ruins in many places—Morocco, ...
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