The beautiful spring weather has all eyes turned toward the beaches and water in Amalfi. The wooden slats are being replaced on the boat docks in the harbor, and soon trucks will arrive one after another bringing back the many privately owned boats that are removed for the winter months. The beaches are being cleaned and pushed back into shape after the winter storms, and the seaside restaurants are getting a new coat of paint. Fishing boats have been pulled up onto the beach to get that new coat of paint, too. This little fishing boat looked like it could use some tender loving care. It belongs to one of the men that works in the harbor on the boats, and it has a busy life going between all the boats and checking the buoys and docks. The busy time of year in Amalfi’s harbor has arrived!
And I can’t wait to take it all in!!! I love how Easter fosters new coats of paint, novel enthusiasm and the airing out of winter on the Costiera.
Soooooo excited about our imminent meeting too.
My son is beside himself, I can barely contain him until then.
Start making a list of Pos places you’d like to visit together (and if they’re food-slanted, I’m game).
I’m thrilled that you and your son can make it down over Pasqua! I know how much you love it here and a visit back will be good for both of you. We’ll hope this nice spring continues with sunshine over Easter while you’re here! Can’t wait to meet both of you … and to get to know your Positano. It’s a town that I love, but that I know very little about. I’m open to seeing (and eating!) anything! 🙂
Diane Williams says
I just discovered your blog site and I love it…and so appreciate it since I am planning on moving to the Amalfi Coast region (from New York City) in the beginning of May. It would be wonderful to meet you one day. With best wishes, Diane
Ciao Diane! Thank you for your comment here and on Facebook. I am glad you found my blog, too! How exciting to be planning a move to the Amalfi Coast. Yes, it would be great to meet up when you are here! You can reach me at email@example.com if you have any questions about moving or just would like to be in touch. Hope the move goes well!