Gotta love these guys waiting for something.
Here is the cathedral in the town of Amalfi, Saint Andrews. I'm not sure about that much about it, other than it's beautiful, and they were holding Monday afternoon mass just as we visited. The bells were ringing and so on. Quite moving. Apparently it was first built in the 9th century during the medieval times. Since then, it's been added onto a couple times over the centuries.
Mark and Luca talking shop.
As we were leaving the church bells started ringing. Incredible sound adding to the ambiance. Take a listen and look.
As night was setting in, and we were driving along the coast, I saw this place, seemingly dangling over an incredibly high cliff.
On the way out of the area, near, or in Positano, Luca, our incredible tour guide and now friend, had a locally famous pizza place in mind. I did not catch the name, but awesome pizza, served ever so personally by two waiters, all 100 cm of hand-made deliciousness.
Here's my two traveling buddies to the Amalfi coast. Luca is the sales exec who invited us to meet with his account outside Naples. We finished the 2.5 hour drive from Rome to here, and 5 hours of meetings with the customer, and I noticed a sign to Amalfi. Luca seemed to pick up on it, or had it in mind all along, I'm still not sure which. Either way, he took us over the range, shown behind us here, to the goat herders, and beyond. It turned into about a 19 hour day, which sounds either grueling and terrible, or incredibly awesome and a day to remember for a long time. Last night, Kirsty and I enjoyed our delicious and special Limoncello, and I remembered our fantastic experience again. Thanks guys, for going for it and taking me with!