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... with joy, "LOOK GUYS, A CASTLE!" My eyes fixated on the castle; I was amazed. My companions on the other hand, were not as enthusiastic about it as I was. I felt there gaze on my shoulder. "You've never seen a castle before?" "No" I replied."We don't have castles in America." "Well, ****! Lets go show Jake a castle..."
On another occasion, some months later, a group a friends and I ...
... swim - his first for the year.
The Last Supper was at the same restaurant as on Wednesday night with a different menu. It was a pleasant end to a long day. On Saturday we pack our bags and head to Castera, Saint'Agata dei Goti and then to Napoli.
Another wedding - This time in Maiori. They had a Drone flying above taking photos. When it landed the photographer just folded it up and off they went. Rachel & Matt maybe ...
... cliffs most of the way. There were numbers along the way to indicate we were on the right track, however it was still hard to follow. Most of the trip was more appropriate for goats, not fifty year olds. The views were stunning and the sea was a gorgeous blue. A lot of the time it looked like the sea meet the ocean. We saw goats,a lot of skinks, mules a few birds a couple of old men tending their gardens, two men having lunch that were improving the ...
... it had sharp pinchers.
- It was so hot that I had at least 20 lemon granitas to cool down. Lemons are grown in this area and the granitas are made with real lemons.
- We went to a dinner show and we listened and danced to Italian music
- We also went to a cooking class and made homemade pizza
- On Friday we went to Capri by ...
... there we tried the Mozzarella di Buffala (Mozzarella from water buffaloes). We also visited the museum, although we had to avoid the groups of school children who often blocked our way. The museum was great. However, the best part was at the end - the decorative sarcophagus's and murals, which we ran out of time viewing.
The trip back was uneventful though we did stop a few more times for views and even though our time of 10 hours had long gone ...