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Well another great day in Positano! Slow start then off to the post office to send a rather large and heavy parcel home, Mike just has to stop shopping! When we were eating breakfast this morning we could hear loud music getting closer and closer. It turned out to be a local brass band marching towards a church which had a celebration today. Later we heard a cannon go off about 6 times! We jumped on a boat to Amalfi and sat next to a guy from Warrnambool, Brian you sold ...
... into cylinders and welded together at the seam. The ridges you see on a can are put there to ensure the can is able to withstand the pressure exerted on it during the filling process. Lids are applied and the can is ready for filling! Other important quality checks are carried out at certain times during processing. The most important check is using a high definition microscope to check that the seal created during welding is good.
We have ...
... the town which was nearest to our hotel. This made it so much easier as the other entrance was about 2 kilometres away. We left it in the dark at 7pm.
We stopped for dinner at the same place as last night for pizza and chips and a couple of drinks each. It had been an amazing day (minus the waiting!)
On TV that night we saw that there were massive strikes in Rome today as well which involved riot police and water cannon trucks with lots of violence over job cuts and pay.
... friendly and very nice, probably wouldn't happen in either the UK or Australia!
On arrival the housekeeper and (perhaps) her son came and let us in, showed us how various bits worked and mum had a quick conversation with the owner via video chat on Skype. We then wondered down to the Hotel Open Gate for some food, delicious simple fair, perhaps made better by our starvation? as it was a good 7 hours since we'd ...
... the Limon Cello, cappuccinos, and of course gelatto. After our stroll through Amalfi we decided to take another guided boat ride to Esmeraldo Grotto. If you have been to Mexico (Yucatan), have seen Cenotes , were able to snorkel in them and take in it’s cool creepiness then this will definetly be a disappointment. If you have never seen a cave with water in it and want to do this. Ok. Fine. Do it. It was a boat ride and then you get out pay another ...
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