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... in 3/4 top and 3/4 shorts but most people were in jeans an coats I even saw puffer jackets it was about 20 degrees. today I booked a boat trip over to capri island another gorgeous tourist town there was 8 on our boat the sun was out, the water was calm and the boat trip was amazing we were taken all around the island shown the caves and the green grotto the water is so unbelievably clear I got some awesone photos of the green grotto where ...
Hi all. You are probably getting sick of hearing from me every day. I decided to try and keep a daily record so that I don't forget anything. Today has been very hot 27 degrees. Today we drove from Umbria to Pompeii. What an amazing place. We had a great guide who took us around for two hours. So much to see and learn. We took a lot ...
After a yummy breakfast, Sloan and I took a long walk around Positano. This is quite vigorous because it is a vertical city. We shopped for pottery and shoes and were able to get a good overview of the city. Rich spent the morning at the police station, getting our police report and finding out how to get a new passport.
We had a leisurely lunch and quiet afternoon. ...
... companies as if a problem is reported with a product they can work back to see exactly which semolina (and egg) was used, which other product batches it was used in, whether other batches could be affected too etc. They showed me the chemical and microbiological analyses that are done by an external laboratory on the dried, fresh and egg pasta on a weekly basis to ensure the quality and safety of the product. The work of the laboratory is key ...
... in a beautiful deep blue colour. Looking toward the entrance you saw blue, looking away you saw black. There might be seven or eight boats in the cavern at one time. The boatmen would sing “Volare” or some such. Passengers would “ooh” and “aah.” Flashbulbs would fire. And then the ride was over. Our boatman made it clear that you were not getting off his vessel until you had forked over a €5 tip.
With the ...