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The main thing I had to keep in mind today was the epic 4 days we would have off after this painful day of loud shows and workshops. It really wasn't the most pleasant day. The best thing was probably the free food and drink in the sunshine and my final workshop with the 5 primaria. And the other crazy thing was seeing the exact lookalike of my niece in the audience. It was even before we start our Peter Pan performance I clocked her. ...
BACK ON IT -—-—-—-— Waking up this morning was emotional - eyes heavy, body lazy and just an effort. We had to leave the house at 7am to get to our school an hour away in AVERSA. I remembered from last night that being in the south, you tend to do long journeys in the mornings. Coffee, cereal, bish, bash, bosh. Out the door and off to school. The weather has been rather nasty today. Quite grey and spots of rain, not what we expected down in the south. ...
... drops slip on Windows, a cyclonic wind accentuates the feeling of monsoons. The train barely make his line, it stops repeatedly.
I have time to watch the vegetable greenhouse South of Salerno and also I read in the faces of the Italians, the weariness, the impatience and a deep flush up against perpetual delays , almost daily on this rail line.
... hotel. It was quite hot and painful but was worth it when we saw out hotel. When booking the trip we decided to treat ourselves at the end do we're staying in the 4* Hotel Plaza and upgraded our room. When booking I requested I room on a higher floor with a balcony and was very happy when that was what we were given. Once in our we had a view of the sea which topped it off. Dropped out stuff off and went into Sorrento for some lunch. It's the most resort/sun holiday place that ...
Day 072: 4.0 kms, 3 hours
Napoli, Vesuvius, Pompeii, Sorrento Coast, Salerno, Amalfi Coast, Caserta… all the "must see" spots of my Napoli Superhike are now finished—but there's no way I can end my hike now. Why? Because my “Superhike” is actually 4 hikes that still haven’t been connected to each other.
See, ever since I started used Google Maps to trace my hiking routes, I’ve had this thing ...