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Pompei was very impressive.
We had severely underestimated the size and state of it.
Where we thought to find some excavated ruins, you know, little bits of wall here and there and a lot of imagination, we found a complete Roman city. It was simply amazing.
And huge. We walked around it for about 4 hours until we had to leave because they were closing, but there was still a lot more that we hadn't seen yet.
... a restaurant our guide had organised a special menu at. Some more seafood! Time to hit the shops and check out the local goods! We then had a wine tasting of the Amalfi wines, all grapes that are local and not known to us. One variety was from 300 year old vines that they can't get to regrow so will only last another 30 or so years. We walked up the road a bit to the next area of positano and had dinner overlooking ...
Day 076: 5.0 kms, 3 hours
I fly back to Morocco in two days, so the logical thing to do next would be to slowly head back towards Rome, visiting a couple more towns along the way. But, I know I'm going to head this direction again, so there’s no hurry to visit all the stopover towns… besides, I’m really enjoying this Napoli Superhike… can’t I drag it out for just one more ...
You know how when you live somewhere you never really visit the local points of interest that tourists make a point to see? Well we played the role of local tourist for a couple of weekends in a row, visiting sites that were within an hour's drive, or so. Even these single day trips can turn into an adventure.
On Sunday afternoon we decided to head up to Mt Vesuvius. It’s a national park here, so we figured it ...
Went off to Vesuvius by train with two friends I made. One from Tsingtao, China and the other from the US. We met up with a girl from Australia (Elizabeth) at the train station. The guys got in one car and Elizabeth and I were in the other. We got to chatting about travels in Italy and elsewhere. Elizabeth then noticed that we passed the ...