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... both beaches as grey gravel. I will never winge about sand again!!!
On Saturday we took the ferry to explore Positano. This is another beautiful seaside town, with winding cobble stone streets and beautiful views. The weather was once again perfect for a day of exploring.
We arrived back in Amalfi late in the day and headed out for a farewell dinner for the Southern Italy tour.
... street" ..... because the main thoroughfare is two-way and barely wide enough for one car to safely manoevure between bustling shops and meandering pedestrians!) and there is a traffic jam.....you have to be there to see it..... cars should not be allowed onto these streets! Anyhow, we find a place for lunch... why we stopped for lunch - we have no idea........ Bob really wasn't up to it, and Jan felt ill at the sight of a Amalfian woman (who must have ...
... which you can walk around and 300 metres deep. The volcano is still active and although they have the technology to predict if it was to erupt again the main problem would be trying to evacuate 1million people from the surrounding areas of Pompeii, Sorrento, Naples etc, pretty much an impossible task with no formal evacuation procedures in place! Last (but not least) was the Island of Procida where I also spent 3 nights and I think I managed to cover about 75% of the 16km around ...
... he was on the cliff side of the bus and was thankful we survived! Of course many people ride this route daily and yes they survive. But this is an adventure in itself. The bus drivers rule the road and if a horn was only good for say 1000 honks, they would use them up on their first trip on the Amalfi Coast. One would be crazy to own a car and drive this route. The buses do not care what or who they hit, side-swipe or run over. Mike and I joked that if we lived here and were to own ...
... drag our bags though the town till we found where we were staying. Not a bag view of the sea and very comfortable. Started off with a walk through the town and had sandwich and a beer amongst all the tourists. Then we caught a bus to Anna Capri hoping to catch the sights of the surrounding sea and islands. Unfortunately it was covered with cloud and nothing to see.
Tomorrow hoping for better weather to see Blue Groto and perhaps return to Anna ...