Agriturismo La Serenella
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... pitching back and forth, and side to side. Oh dear.... Bigger, stronger side and stern thrusters were now rocking Milena (along with the port side boat next to us) severe enough, that Inhad to hang on to my bunkrails. "OMG .... What is happening? Is the Queen Mary here?" I find myself saying out loud, to myself. I continue to hang on, until Milena stops pitching back and forth. When I make my way topside, next to us is: m/y MARHABA, a Roman 32-meter, very ...
... covered in ash in 79 a.d from Mt Vesuvius. The ash preserved the city and held the bodies of the asphyxiated people.
It is a completely different tour than I thought. We are led past the gladiators training gym, an old theatre, bakery which had loaves of bread found in it, the justice house and see clay casts of people complete with their facial expressions when they died. Some of them have remainders of bones in them.
An area I ...
... across Southern Italy producing canned tomato products, passatta, fruit juice, canned pasta, baked beans, canned pulses and vegetables. The majority of these products are produced for private labels for many retailers across the world, Sainsbury's being one of them. La Doria is the first producer of canned tomato products and pulses and second of fruit juice for the UK.
Some people like theme parks but I'm happy to step in to a ...
Again we wake to the warm winds and blue skies. An early start ensures we meet up with Bree and board our boat for a day out at sea. The sea was a brilliant translucent blue the whole hour it took for us to arrive at the Isle of Capri. On arrival we were given around four hours to explore so we jumped in a taxi and were taken up the island to the town of Anacapri, a quick coffee and we had a plan. We wandered the streets, stopping along the way to peruse the many shops- ...
... We had been told 12:20...so when that time came and went we began to feel some stress. What if we had missed it, what if we were wrong, what if we were in the incorrect spot...stress stress stress. Not pleasant, I don't like buses in English speaking places let alone in places where the English language is not native. About 10 minutes later and after another local had been half asked the bus came, and we caught it up the mountain. Now, we knew what stop we needed to ...