Villa Mon Plaisir
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the cave causing natural light to enter the space creating a beautiful colour to the water that is a blue/green colour and a few spots along the cave walls that look like someone has put in a spotlight. The "captain" reminded us at every turn to make sure he got a tip as he rowed us around the cave pointing out stalactites that looked like alligators and spaghetti and shawls. Oh and they save the best part of last. SPOILER ALERT.... If you ...
Tuesday 20th May.
Yesterday morning I caught the fast cat ferry out to Capri. It was a miserable day, cold and drizzley. Oh Yay. I arrived around midday and caught the funiculare stright up to the town centre. Even though the weather was lousy there were plenty of people around. I found where I needed to check in for my accommodation easily. The place that I ...
Well, my last few days in Italy were much more enjoyable, mainly because I was finally feeling better. The hostel I stayed at in sorrento was a bit of a dump but the area was really nice. It was good to stop at a small town after so many big cities.
It was really noticeable the amount of British tourists though - you could spot them a mile off mainly because ...
... tourist board we would add a bit more role play - smoke and ash imagery to get visitors in the, slightly morbid, mood of the day.
Having roasted ourselves in this silent city for most of the morning, only being called back to Apollo for brunch (we are still on the two meals a day to save money bit) when neither of us could talk for being 'hangry' - Ellie you know what we mean :o) we set off along the beautiful Amalfi coast, which really does live up to ...
... hour boat trip emphasised this. Back on land the heavens opened, how fortunate we were to see the grotto. In the afternoon we set off on the local bus to the hill top town of Anacapri via what the locals call the "Oh my god road". Aptly named for the tight hairpin bends with speccy views. It is a pretty little town reminiscent of Dubrovnic. Rain has stopped today and we leave on a ferry back to Amalfi on the mainland.