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So I'm giving Dave a day off as I'm afraid I've worn the white boy out (this is what I'm calling him while we're here as he seems to be a little intimidated by all the dark and handsome gentlemen that we come across). Although he continually reminds me that the Italian men are definitely missing one important part of the tall dark and handsome equation, that being the "tall" which of course he has in spades. It doesn't seem ...
... Mediterranean, I was here and I should enjoy it. And I have to say it wasn't as cold as the Adriatic Sea around Croatia, but the Adriatic is so much clearer.
Swim time done, dried odd, got changed and I had great timing because Pepe had just bought out his home made Limoncello. He had made 50 litres and we gave him some serious help reducing the quantity. It was a really good one.
Lots of chatter and fun on the way home, getting in about 5.45pm.
We did our usual hike ...
... tree collection of hanging ornaments.
Tonight the group walked to a restaurant nearby and had a lovely meal of risotto, pasta, fish & veg, cake . The group of 8 got on so well we were laughing until we cried... not sure how the conversation disintegrated into a discussion of the mystery surrounding bidets.. but IT DID!
Tomorrow we take a boat to the island of Capri!
... pieces are real art. The tabletops are made out of volcanic rock and painted beautifully. I asked the price on one small two-seater table with iron legs. It would be over €1000 including shipping to Canada. Wow. We settled on buying a couple of small items for the kitchen.
We stopped for lunch at L’Incanto, a restaurant right on the beach. We found chicken there! Chicken is pretty hard to come by in Italy we’ve noticed. I had a chicken salad ...
... we had more time here!! Off to Pompeii next. Local artists shops, including 80 year old carving craftsman with 70 years experience. Amazing facts about Pompeii, and such an advanced society!!
Bus driver was typical Italian man-- sweater over the shoulders, crisp pressed dress shirt and slacks, gold bracelet. Just ...