Capri and me

Beauty of this isle is an understatement!

Last year when I went to Italy, I was scared and excited at the same time. Excited, because I knew I would see the most amazing scenery, and scared because I knew once I’ve seen these amazing sites, that I was definitely far from home. However, I’m not one to shy away from a travel challenge, as I like to call it. (Paris, was my first travel challenge). The thought of just booking a airline ticket and hotel room, and going was a quick thought, because if I would of pondered it any longer, I would not have gone.

Just beautiful!
Caught my sailboat in time
Grilled octopus with a delicious Capri salad for lunch
Beautiful Capri
A little wine with lunch, watching the sailboats come in

My visit to Italy, included a day trip to Capri. It was cheaper to just do a day trip, than to book a hotel for a couple of nights. I booked my day trip through Viator.com, I’ve use them in the past for my tour of the 15th and 17th century castles while in France. It worked out perfectly.

I took one of those high speed trains from Rome to Naples (another adventure), and met my tour guide in front of the train station in Naples. The drive to the shores of Naples to catch my sail boat was about 20 minutes. Naples is a bustling city, however it was old and beautiful.