The restaurant had a classic Italian feel about it, we were seated in groups of six, which was great as it was a chance to get to know others that were on the tour. (Please read part 1) I met yet another lady travelling on her own, she was from the Netherlands. It was so empowering to see so many female travellers striding out on their very own adventure. Plus the pizza was amazing! I forget the name of the restaurant, it was near Naples.
After we were all fed and had our energy levels revamped we were back on the coach for the next part of the tour, onto Pompeii!
We met a lovely strong lady at Pompeii, she was Italian to the core, she was to be our tour guide, she provided a lot of information as we explored. Walking into Pompeii stirred up so much emotion for me, it almost brought me to tears, it was a dream come true as I have always wanted to visit. To think that the volcano I had hiked up in the morning caused so much death and devastation was true irony. It is a huge city, and to do it justice you would need at least 3 days to see it all. Below are some of the pictures from Pompeii.
( All pictures belong to me)
If you get the chance to visit, it will be an amazing experience!
Thank you for sharing this adventure with me!