For those that don't know, Capri is an island. To get there, we had to take the train from Rome to Naples (my favorite place!!) and then a ferry from Naples to Capri.
It was a bit difficult taking the train....since the four of us had an enormous amount of freaking luggage!!! But soon enough (okay, not really soon enough, I got on four different cars before I found the right one. I still can't figure out how to find my seat on a train!!!) we were on the road. Or...on the tracks? Once at the Naples train station, we were greeted with like at least three or four SUPER helpful cabdrivers. I kept thinking that they were after something.....they just seemed too nice!! The fair was reasonable, they helped us with our luggage, and managed to get us to the port in one peice. Okay... JUST BARELY managed to get us there in one peice. I have never seen anything crazier than Naples drivers....
Ok. So I was a little shocked. But I don't think I totally understood the amount, or what she said, or whatever. I just handed over my credit card. And.... if I haven't already mentioned this before....I am very, very, brutally bad at converting money in my head. I thought, you know....I think that sounds expensive....but it's a beautiful outfit, and the cashier took all of that time to wrap it up so nicely. So I bought it. And then told Sergio about it, who informed me, that I had just purchased ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTY DOLLAR baby outfit.
The next morning it was time to leave, but not before a last meal at our touristy cafe with the great view. To get to the port of Capri, we had to take this tram-like thing. It was pretty uneventful, but not for this older couple in the car in front of us. We didn't realize that they could hear everything we were saying!! We had conversations ranging from pubic hair to diareah to.... well....you name it!! I'm not sure their tram experience was as calm as ours.
Oh, well. At least they'll have a story to tell out of it. (Or maybe they learned some interesting facts?)