Capri is probably my second favorite place in Italy after Roma. The different shades of blue waters… the varying altitude and the mountainous landscape manifests adventure.
To get to the highest peak-top of Ana Capri, it took a long bus drive, a nauseating ferry pickup, a rocky speedboat tour, a stop at the blue grotto, an unstable chairlift ride, and an intense hike up the mountain.
Yes. I really had to go through all that to get to the top of Anacapri. I love a good escapade.
I climbed over the safety fence and made my way to the edge … killer view. ?
I hopped on a speedboat to tour the islands magnificent fabled beauty.I then had to switch to a smaller rowboat in order to enter the Blue Grotto, one of Capri’s best natural wonders. It’s a cavern where the water literally glows. My boatman sung the whole time and I actually really enjoyed it haha. It was funny, relaxing and it only made me more excited. He then held a chain in order to pull my boat through the opening of the cave. The entry hole refracted light in a manner that allowed the boat to appear to be floating on light. The cave was bright on its own because of the luminescence coming from the bright electric blue waters. The Blue Grotto is a total gem and I’m so glad I was able to see it before it’s no longer possible. Due to rising sea levels, it won’t be there in the future 🙁
Capri Photo Diary.