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... tourists all struggling to understand the bus timetables - our advice - throw them away, they mean nothing!
We enjoyed a refreshing shower, and a rather wonderful dinner down on the main square. Ken had the best tortellini and Bec the most divine cannelloni washed down with quality wines. Wandering down the main street at 9:30pm in shorts and t-shirts, this town is alive and happening.
Our thought's on our day - Stick with the beach, leave the mountains to the goats!
... to go up to Capri town was no where near the funicular itself!! We ended up getting a taxi for 6 up to the piazzetta where the crowds were just as bad. We went for a stroll and found nothing but high end shops like Gucci, Dior, Fendi, Armani and Dolce & Gabbana. As the last ferry was at 6.15 we didn't want to stray too far afield. The Blue Grotto probably wouldn't have been that blue today as it was very overcast ...
... hand over an ID and we set off exploring the old city. The headsets and map didn't make much sense and it was a bit frustrating so we finished up but we lost the other girl inside the ruins. We waited for an hour out the front, but she still hadn't returned and we couldn't get our id back without her haha it was a bit of a mistake!!! Sorrento was a great base to go exploring and was a really nice town. We found some nice places to eat and we relaxed by the ...
... or some other magical place! Our man paddled us around the cave and then back out. I was actually expecting to be in there for longer, or for it to be bigger, but it only took us about 5 minutes! Worth it though. Moses and I were in hysterics just now watching back on the video (of course Mo was filming!) of Mum and Jo getting out of the small boat and back into the big one. I think Mo must have been expecting a good show when he got out his camera, but when Jo stepped out, ...
... report the theft and have no doubt this is going to be a bit of a trial especially if the police have little English. Naples also fails to impress us much, seems that this part of the world is typically dirty and covered in graffiti. The drivers here are also as crazy as in Sicily and we cringe every time a motor bike goes past, especially if they are close, which they usually are. The police are friendly enough and we are able to give them some of the basics ...