Hannah, who was often happy (but sometimes not!)
Our chariot to take us to Venice, the last stop of the trip.
I was intrigued by these prickly pears. They look exactly like the ones in Arizona.
A tour of our rental house on the Almafi Coast.
A photo I took from our house roof.
If I ate the mealworms that we feed our hedgehog, I think they would taste like these tiny octopus tentacles.
The octopus tasted like long, stringy, cold chicken hearts that were boiled too long.
Marlene and I took a taxi to the town center about two miles down the hill, and got some food to eat and looked around.
Supposedly Bill Gates has something to do with this house on the cliff. It's probably like a haunted COVID 19 vaccine house or something equally sinister.
Popping sounds and sparks are always discouraging when plugging adapters together and trying to make something work.
A very helpful fellow named Antonio came and left us in, and even brought some groceries!
We were dropped off a the address we were given, but we can't seem to figure out where to go.
Checkout these switchbacks on Google maps!!
The drive there is half the fun! Unless you are the driver, then it's like the worst day of your life.