It’s been quite a busy summer for me, and that means it has been hard to keep up with many of my friends in the blogosphere. I smiled when I saw that Lisa from Wanderlust Women Travel tagged me recently in the My 7 Links Project started by Tripbase. If you haven’t heard about it yet, it’s a fun idea that is pulling together an impressive list of bloggers of all kinds! It was a fun project thinking back over the 2 1/2 years now that I’ve been writing Ciao Amalfi. Here are my 7 Links in the categories selected by Tripbase:

1. Most Beautiful Post

The post that comes to mind immediately is the one that pulls my heart the strongest. If you didn’t catch it last week, I invite you to read about my experiences Finding Home on the Amalfi Coast.

2. Most Popular Post

I don’t keep stats for very long on Ciao Amalfi, but lately the post that’s been getting the most hits has been an oldie on one of my favorite churches in Campania, the Church of Santo Stefano on Capri.

Church of Santo Stefano Capri

Facade of Santo Stefano Church on Capri

3. Most Controversial

I don’t think I actually do controversial, so this is a tough one! I do believe one of the only times I’ve expressed a negative opinion on Ciao Amalfi was back in the spring of 2009 about the New Ticket Booths in Amalfi. For the record, I still don’t like them.

4. Most Helpful

Not long ago I wrote about the Summer Religious Festivals on the Amalfi Coast, which is the first in a serious of posts I have planned about religious festivals, sagre and events on the Amalfi Coast. Stay tuned!

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Festival of Sant'Antonio Statue

Festival of Sant' Antonio in Atrani

5. A Post Whose Success Surprised Me

I didn’t have a clue about the story behind it or the widespread popularity when I wrote about the Love Locks in Salerno back in 2009. I love learning new tidbits about Italian culture!

6. A Post Which Didn’t Get the Attention it Deserved

I can’t get enough of how fabulous it is to finally have transportation here with my new motorino … and recently I took a ride On the Scooter Around Scala.

Ciao Amalfi Coast Blog Motorino Ravello View

View of Ravello from Scala

7. Post I’m Most Proud Of

Last year I mused about time passing and those little things that you hold on to along the way in my post Every Sunday Evening. I was honoured to win the Blogging from the Boot contest in 2010 for the Buon Viaggio category for this post!


And now comes the fun part of nominating some of my friends around the blogosphere to take part in the 7 Links Project. Head over and say “ciao” to these lovely ladies!

Anne in Oxfordshire because we both share a love of Paris…

Pat from Sicily Scene for making me smile by leaving such sweet comments on Ciao Amalfi …

Valerie from 2 Baci in a Pinon Tree for always inspiring me …

Annika from dove mi porta il cuore for sharing my love of Amalfi …

  • Well, thanks for the mention and what a good i9dea. I will take part with pleasure. xx

    July 24, 2011
  • All of your posts are lovely, and so are your photos!

    July 26, 2011
  • Great posts! Thanks for the sweet words. I’m going to have to search through my archives and figure out which ones to list!

    August 2, 2011
  • Yoshitaka Iwano

    22years ago I went to Italy and traveled all over Italy for two months and the Amalfi corst visit was one of hi lite for me an
    D now your site brings up for me to wish revisit the beautiful Amalfi and wish to retire in Italy.

    Thank you.

    Ken Iwano

    July 19, 2016
    • Thank you for your message, Ken! I hope your travels will bring you back to Italy and the Amalfi Coast again one day soon.

      July 19, 2016

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