|Stayed at the Hotel La Residenza which was lovely although the girls were disappointed that the pool was closed. Seems that April is too cold for pools in Italy although the temp during the day was warm enough for a dip! Took a mini bus to AnaCapri on the smallest road that wound it's way up the limestone face of the island. There was only a brick wall and metal railing between the bus and the massive plummet to the bottom - first time I've ever suffered from vertigo! AnaCapri was nice - we visited San Michele where Alex Munthe resided. The man was a humanitarian, architect, doctor, animal lover, writer - basically a multitasker. The Villa had the most beautiful gardens. FRom there we went to the other side of the island where the poor folk live - GERBER (baby foods) had recently purchased a mansion at the very top of the rocky outcrop for 1 mil euro! After a spot of lunch at the marina we went on a boat ride around the island- spectacular, although a bit windy on the open side. The only thing that spoilt the trip were a bunch of young Italian men who were attention seekers - carrying on and generally being a pain in the butt. When we got back to Capri we went for a stroll along the beach - all pebbles! Sian was throwing rocks into the water when her bracelet flew off and landed about 10 metres out - a bit of wading was done to retrieve (only to have her spin it on her finger the next day and have it break sending imitation pearls everywhere). Had a nice meal in the Capri Restaurant - SIan had Ravioli, I had tempura shrimp and calamari (tentacles and all) and Shaun/Lauren a chilli pizza! Last day of tour tomorrow so back to the hotel to repack and prepare for the next leg.