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... the restaurant we sat at with the overhanging house 50 meters above it, the small church in the middle of the town, the winding streets that had shops that had mum entering them all, the incredible vertical cliff faces behind the seemingly small township that was Positano.
Once we pulled up to the dock and jumped off the boat after taking a few more pics, I ran around like an excited little boy that was glad to be home and showed Dina ...
... happy. They had free wifi so he was able to watch replays of the Grand Final on my note book and I sunned with a book. I tried a midori sour as my refreshment - midori in lemon granita, not bad!
At dinner last night our young waiter had told us about Guido who worked in this bar, who was his pseudo uncle, so Phil introduced himself and Guido wanted to wear Phil's Australian hat and got someone to take a photo.
Every one was ...
1. In a word - stunning!
2. Crazy bus trips - from Sorrento to Positano and up/down to Nocello. Tight corners and cars having to reverse to let the bus through.
3. Naturally everything is up and down - makes you plan your movements carefully!!
4. Loved our private balcony and view of the ocean. Same can't be said about the bathroom - not much room and less water.
5. Our little cafe ...
... water today !!
Tragically, Jan got back into shopping mode - so we will now need 2 RAF Hercules to get "our" belongings back home.
Amazingly, when it came to getting a bite for lunch.... guess where Jan suggested we go..... yes (you got it!), right back up that bloody hill where we got the haircut earlier in the day......we must have walked a good 5 kms today in sweltering heat..... why (said Bob to Jan), didn't we either (a) ...
... the shuttle bus to take us to La Terra, ( Nocelle) high up the hillside beneath the Madonna in the hill... This restaurant commanded spectacular views and we watch the sunset over the Sorrentine peninsular dining on home made pasta, bruschetta and local red wines. The host and his family were the entertainment, him on the saxophone and one of his daughters singing love songs. It was a very romantic ...