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... the many shops selling achingly smart linen clothes for super smart ( and usually super thin) people. At the top of the hill having reached the road vehicles are allowed on we waited a while whilst the school bus traffic jam abated and all the children had headed off home for lunch then walked back downhill. We stopped for an excellent, and huge, pizza between us for lunch then down to the dock to get ...
... coast of sorrento. The way there the sea was so rough one girl spewed and we couldn't go swimming or snorkelling (which was included in the price) so that was disappointing. We went on a tour around the island and then were dropped of at the Marina to explore the island for 5 hours. Just as we got off the boat the rain started. So beach day was out of the question. I took the bus up to the city of Capri and roamed the streets. The views were incredible. It was very boutiquey and ...
... so I'm doing it on Friday, can't wait. We caught the bus the rest of the way only for it to go the wrong way! Never fear we found our way home down 3000 steps, I may be exaggerating a little bit. The guy at the front desk recommend a restaurant just down the hill, so off we went, the food was delicious and we met someone famous! His name is Daniel Whitington and he works for the discovery channel in Singapore. He produces a program called abalone wars set in ...
... mostly Greek (500BC) and the main temples still standing.
Next we went to another part of the Countessa’s property – A converted stable building with a huge kitchen. There we donned aprons and took part in cooking classes. We made pizzas, Ravioli pasta and cake… We then ate the food and while the cakes were cooking we toured the buffalo farm.
We left and drove to Scala on the ...
... br> Lots of fields with corn. The land looked fertile and tidy
We then went to the remains of Paestum - an old settlement which is 120ha where only 45 ha is excavated
They can tell how big it is as there are still remains of the old wall. Local guide had too much knowledge in the archeology of site. He is a professor of archeology so was hard to understand plus we switched off. They needed the tourist ...