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Travel Blogs from Naples
Well, my parents have come and gone, just as the calendar tells me has the halfway point of my time here in Sorrento. How is time moving so quickly? I feel as though I’ve accomplished so much in time here, yet so little at the same time.
I noticed the transition this past week. That shameless American tourist I described myself as in the first week? Well, I would use some different adjectives after two ...
... imposing looking castle that is on the port. It is closed for a function, so we continue in the direction of a brown sign pointing to a piazza and a theatre. Across the road from the theatre there is an information office, so we head in there and fortunately, the girl there is very happy to tell us the ‘must see’s in Naples’ by foot, although there are other places to see if you take a taxi or the funicular to the top the hill. We decide the Centro Storica ...
... an eye. An entire population, an entire city, an entire community pulverised by a volcano's deadly eruption.
On this street were houses. We walked past and peered in, you couldn't go into these ones.
After spending time in awe and wonder we came out onto a flat part, that as we would find out later, lead to the exit. We saw a sign warning people not to touch stray dogs. The poor things, must just want some cuddles and attention!! Soon enough, we would see ...
... make their way past us. We spot our friend from Cairns, Adam Hansen, who rides for the Lotto Belisol team from Belgium, he recognises us and comes back around after sign on to talk with us. Adam is such a gentleman and always make time to chat with you, he is looking lean, fit and well muscled and is looking forward to doing the treble again this year, that is the Giro, the TDF and the Spanish Vuelta- a mighty effort, he was the only rider last year to ...
... from her hand gestures. Even though we had no idea what she was saying, she was quite charming and apparently very funny because she kept laughing at all the hilarious things she was saying. We just followed suit and laughed when she laughed and shook our heads yes or no as we felt prompted to. We all were giggling so hard standing there. It was quite comical. Luckily a man who spoke English came up behind us half way through and acted as the interpreter. About 20 ...
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