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Pompeii, Corfu, jetskis and the Contiki Cough

Oh, the places you'll go

*Post was written on my trip and posted – a bit more than intended, apologies for my cold – retroactively on account of bad wifi (and said cold!)*

We left Rome the next morning bright and early for what was an all travel day, puntucated with a stop in Pompeii.

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Pompeii was again, about a zillion degrees, and there was very little shade, making that an extra treat 😝 However the town was worth it in my opinion, as we got to walk through the theatre:

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Brothel:

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Baths:

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Houses:

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Any city forum:

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Of all those people whose lives were essentially frozen in time by Vesuvius.

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There aren’t any bodies actually at the site of Pompeii now, in case anyone was curious, but there were three plaster casts of a man:

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A dog:

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And a baby:

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On display that were kind of fascinating in a terrible way.

After Pompeii we got…

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