Capri. I’m pretty sure it’s the most beautiful place in the world.
The day started off with a boat trip around the island. It took about 1.5 hours, with stops at the grotto’s along the way. Unfortunately it was very windy and the grotto’s were closed. When the weather is good, they are open and you can take a small boat inside the little caves. It’s on my bucket list.
On the island, theres Capri and Anacapri, a less touristy and more affordable side. I decided to stay in Capri since my time was limited. The rest of my tour opted to visit both. I ditched my group once we reached the shores, preferring to hike along the coastline, rather than try to see the whole island from a bus.
It was magical. Everything on the island seemed vivid, more amplified. This made the landscape all the more captivating and enticing.
While walking around, I was stopped by yet another old, shirtless tanned man (the other was in Positano) from a balcony above me. He very kindly helped me find a better sense of direction and I was off.
I had the best seafood risotto at a restaurant that was overlooking the ocean; you’ve got to do fine dining when you’re here. I took far too many selfies and sat marveling at the sheer beauty of the place.
To end off the day, I dipped my feet in the numbingly icy waters with an affogato in hand. Capri was nothing short of spectacular and no photo can really do it justice.
I’ll be back for you ❤