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Travel Blogs from Sant'Agata sui Due Golfi
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... some lunch before heading into the Pompeii site. We decided not to do a guided 2 hour tour but hired audio guides and do it ourself. We had no appreciation of the size of this historical site. We managed to walk around seeing so many ruins and listening to the audio guide but I became frustrated with the audio guide as it often instructed you to enter a building but there were iron gates stopping you, obviously the audio guides have not been updated for a while. We managed ...
... this point we were treated to the most amazing site I think I have seen in a long time, over 100 fireflies suddenly came out to play and the area around us was lit up like Christmas tree fairy lights for well over an hour as the little bugs dived and swooped around, seemingly without a care in the world. We lay transfixed until we realised it was getting late and we had an early start the next day. ...
... a Pompeii dog” – that’s if you like flees and half chewed ears.
So apart from the dogs, we roamed around the ruines a bit, and very quickly got Romaned out again. It all just looks the same after a while. The one interesting part was the amphitheatre area. We did a very tricky self timed photo shot where Cath was sitting up the top of the seating, and I had the camera down the bottom with 12 second to race up the stairs to make ...
... Massa where we had lunch at a fabulous little restaurant in a court yard filled with fruit trees and vines (they have Kiwi fruit everywhere here!) – it was exactly where I pictured Italian families would all meet for a family meal in summer.
The Italians definitely know how to entertain – before we had even placed our order we were served glasses of chilled blood orange juice with olives and brushetta. After much indecision I settled on the spaghetti with ...
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