It’s been a tough few days, and we’re ready for the next chapter of our second half. The weather and baby worries of the last few days have taken their toll. The entrance roof to our Agri Camp-ground blew off last night and six people died across the country in separate tree and roof weather incidents.
We’ve not had decent WiFi or phone reception through it all either, so we’re behind in everything!
We didn’t get as much sleep as we needed and while we woke to a sunny day, it was still quite windy and neither Pompeii nor the Amalfi Coast felt like good ideas.
So we tag teamed and drove down the rest of the Italian mainland, and found ourselves the most wonderful place to park Molly, high on the cliffs looking over the tiny seaside town of Scilla to the north and the island of Sicily on the west of us.
We’re the only people here other than the caretaker who doesn’t speak a word of English. But we paid our €20 and we’re all happy.
I think we’ll be sleeping here a lot in the future… an AMAZING base camp for coming through the bottom tip of Italy.
My view from bed as I type:
Pink Gin in writing hand…
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