A recent trip to Capri will offer us a lifetime of memories. Among them is our visit to the Blue Grotto. Picture yourself surrounded by enthusiastic, not-so-quiet Italian men all vying to fit their small, tourist-filled boat into a tiny, cliffside hole. With gestures and lots of Italian-languaged negotiating, they all somehow manage to squeeze their fare through the hole while their passengers have to duck low in order to make it through the itsy-entry. Once inside, the grotto offers a beautiful view of one of God's natural wonders. The water is lit from sunlight filtering through the hole so that it glows a fluorescent blue. It reminded me of the blue hue of a black-light I owned in my teens... except that the grotto comes accessorized with singing Italians.
Of note, this is a must-see... but only one time is needed.
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