Calories don't count in the Amalfi Coast

Jennifer Li
November 3, 2016


Hi hi!! I've been slightly behind schedule lately but I'm finally getting around to finishing my October videos. I can almost say I survived my midterms abroad but I have one last exam tonight… so I’m almost there!!! Anyways on a better note, my friend, Rachel and I took a relaxing trip to the Amalfi Coast during the second weekend of October. I actually got the idea of my title from another tourist who offered us his friendly advice about carbs not counting when we’re eating pizza and pasta in Italy. We arrived in Naples pretty late on Thursday so we went to bed as soon as we arrived at our Airbnb (which was a 3-hour commute from the airport). The next morning, we woke up before sunrise to catch the first bus to Amalfi from Salerno (about 1-hour). We wanted to take a day trip to Capri, but sadly the tides were too high and all the ferries and boats were canceled for Friday and Saturday. Then, we decided to travel to Positano because from our research we found that it was the most popular beach. After another hour long bus ride, we grabbed some breakfast and headed over to the beach.

On Saturday we took a breathtaking hike from Amalfi to Positano. And then Sunday we headed over to Capri. After our breakfast we talked to a saleswoman who offered us a private boat tour for 35 euros and it was amazing. They let us swim in the caves and drive the boat. Anyways, enjoy my video. Bye!

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<p>Hey everyone! My name is Jennifer Li and I&rsquo;m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa. After my &frac12; birthday my family moved to Hong Kong &amp; before I turned 2 we moved to Los Angeles, California. I&rsquo;m currently at the George Washington University pursuing a bachelor&rsquo;s degree in marketing. I&rsquo;m so stoked to be studying in Barcelona this Fall!!! Follow me on this blog to see my upcoming adventures through photographs and videos!</p>

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