Our last full day in southern Italy turned out to be the best day we had had up to this point. A perfect day to visit the Isle of Capri and take a ride in a boat. I forgot to ask our guide what his name was but I did remember to take a picture of him. Isn’t he a cute Italian boy!
Again, we have more shots of the famous Faraglioni rocks. The rock on the left is called the Faraglione di Terra. The middle rock is named Faraglione di Mezzo (middle)- this is the one with the tunnel in it, which the Fodors’ book says is fun to sail through. Well, you guessed it our guide sailed us through it on the way back from our tour, and it actually was pretty fun! The third rock is called Faraglione di Fuori (external). I must say, our boat tour ended up being the perfect way to end this portion of our trip.
Next week, depending on what I have for time, for processing images, I’ll either have a small interium where I show some miscellanous images or if I do find the time, we will be heading to Rome. Stay tuned!
This looks very much like the Gaspe here in Quebec! 🙂
Wonderful-now that’w what I call sailing away from it all!