Positano, here we come!

We began with a bus ride from our apartment in Rome to the Roma Termini for the regional train to Naples. Once we arrived in the Napoli termini, the pick pocket capital of the world, we transferred to the circumvesuviana which was overly crowded and delayed for about 40 minutes. We were standing pressed against angry locals and confused tourists. When we arrived in Sorrento, we decided we wanted to take a scenic route to Positano, but after a walk down to the marina we were told the last boat had just departed. So we took our 2nd bus and 4th mode of transportation back up to the train station and caught the local bus to Positano. It was amazng to see the bright blue water against the  cliffs and towns built into them along the route and the bus driver was quite talented as he made impossible turns around the windy roads.



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