Warping through time in Italy

There are certainly many many corners of Italy that we’ve yet to touch. And we had hoped to cover as much ground as possible being part of a group tour that drove south towards Naples and eventually back up towards Venice.

This is a recount of one part of that journey. One that took us so tantalizingly close to the southern half of Italy that we’ve sworn since then to return. Only to have deferred it repeatedly because the siren call of so many other destinations put us into a trance of sort, preventing us from getting back to Italy. Well, maybe we did get back a few times… Anyway the point is; Italy is a land where one can truly “see” in time warp. Who knows what you might find there amidst the Roman era ruins. Perhaps erotic art? Does that prick you interest?

What do we mean?

Well you know that Rome was the seat of the mighty Roman civilization. Now that’s ancient. Would you also know that Italy was the home birthplace of the renaissance? Despite not being a unified country for almost 1385 years (if we use fall of Rome in 476AD as a start point), it produced some of the most acclaimed artists, scientists and humanists of Europe during that time.

Why not join us in this recount, as we share with you our journey from Rome to Naples (Napoli for Italianos) and its beautiful environs. One that will make you wish you could quit your job and become a traveler (wanna get certified?). Would you if you could?

Author: Mel & Suan

Mel works his day job for a living, but lives for antiquities, history and geography at all other times. He enjoys writing and thought sharing and obviously traveling. Suan is a homey person, who like girlie stuff such as cross stitching etc. Enjoys shopping & modeling for Mel. What a match!

12 thoughts on “Warping through time in Italy”

  1. Really like the Capri Island and the blue grotto captured my attention. My view is that anything that is short-lived will always give fond memories and make people wanting more. However, if people have been doing the it on a daily basis, then it will eventually get boring and mundane. So probably not quitting just to be a traveler. Occasionally travelling makes the experience more special, no?

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