Capri in Italy

It is true what they say about the waters of Capri in Italy. It was the bluest I have ever seen, so blue it almost was a surprise to realize it is pure water without any additive dye.

We took a ferry from Naples which costed us under 20 euroes for a return trip. Although, you can get an express ferry which would get you to the destination in half that time but would obviously cost more. The ride was around an hour and was actually pretty nice since we could see the Volcano and the other small islands that came along the way. It was a little bumpy ride though.

The island was a dream place with a cute little market place and several beaches accessible for free to the public. However, there were a lot of private beaches too which were only exclusive to members. The island was exactly as I expected, luxurious and posh.

We started our visit by ordering pizza and pasta – yum! We then grabbed ice cream and set off on our exploration of the infamous island…

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We took a small cruise around the island. The cruise took around an hour to complete and was truly mesmerizing.

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The lover’s Arch.

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We spent the evening strolling around the main road along the coastline. It was a nice breather after the exhaustion of running around the island all day. The sunset was a dazzling site to end the day with.

We only spent a day there, but honestly it was enough. From walking along the coastline to browsing through the shops in the market place, Capri is an island that should be on the to-go-list of all travellers! Oh! How much I miss that tiny little place!

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