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Woke up to perfect weather after a bit of a lay in for Mr Hands, enjoyed our breakfast in the sun room and headed down the hill to catch a bus to Nocelle, a small town slightly inland and high up.
I would not be a bus driver for anything!. The tight corners, traffic and pedestrians on the road would send me home to drink at the end of each day. And at the same time they are often climbing or descending on the edge of cliffs. On occasion we had ...
We had looked at accomdation options for staying on the Amalfi coast but all were really a bit excessive. Public transport in the area is limited to a bus that runs along the steep and windy cliff roads that everyone says is a must. We caught the train from Naples to Sorrento along with half of Italy in a ticket that would include the full days transport for only €6.00 each. We decided to skip the sightseeing of Sorrento and headed straight to Positano on the ...
... busy. I have to conclude that whilst the Amalfi coast is really pretty, the traffic is a big negative. In hindsight, it would be better to get about by ferry or renting a Vespa.
Back in our room, we had a brief downtime before venturing back to sea level. The walk down was interesting but took about 60 minutes. I scored a couple of linen shirts before we dined at Next2. We found it to be "fine dining" with good wines. ...
... s Saturday or how it looks every day. We took some time to wander the side streets with their little shops, but felt we were swimming against a tide of people, with almost everyone walking
back down into the town centre! It was like walking the streets of Sydney at peak hour, heading away from Town Hall station!
We eventually gave in to the crowds and sat down to enjoy a lunch of salad and Panini. Of course, ...
... was not fun) and asked a local if he new how. He was a very kind elderly man who pointed to meg and I and said. Girls cannot walk that far you have to catch a bus. He was funny he told us how to pronounce the town and said if we needed anything to find him back here. We walked our way to Positano to catch the bus. Meg caught one back to the hostel and she had already been to Pompeii and wanted to save some money. At ...