It took us a while to get to the little cliff-side town of Positano - a train and a bus (not to mention having to roll our huge Antler luggage bags down the one-way Positano road to try and find our hotel for half an hour) but when we finally made it we were so relieved! We spent two nights in this charming place, resting up from our travels and eating all we could fit! The first night I had the most amazing Gnocchi. I'm not going to even try and describe the quality of the buffalo mozzarella we ate there because it was a whole other level and I'm basically drooling just thinking about it. Indescribable! That also goes for the views which is why I'll let the photos speak for themselves there. We stayed in a sort of B&B run by an old italian man named Claudio and a very strong woman who carried our heavy bags on her shoulder up 3 flights of stairs. Claudio was so charming and helpful, the place always smelt like salami when you walked in and the view was just all ocean. I still have a bit more of Positano to come in my next post plus some snaps from our boat trip along the Amalfi Coast before heading to Rome!