Come on, I'll take you for a little walk with some lovely views. First we have to catch the bus up to the village above town. We get off the bus at the stop just before the village square, there's a little mechanic garage next to the bus stop. There are some steps going down straight ahead of us, that's where we're going, and when the path splits we take a left.
The steps are big and uneven, be careful you don't trip and fall. I did once and after a couple of somersaults I emerged unscathed except that a huge hole had been ripped into the bottom of my jeans. I had to tie my jacket round my waist to hide my bum.
Down we go past a scattering of houses with yappy dogs sitting on the porches. The sea stretches out infront of us and gardens of olive trees surround us. The sounds from the village above start to fade away.
The steps have evened out now, they've been built more recently but there is no wall or handrail to keep you from tumbling over the edge. It's a long way down, but today the sea has turned that beautiful turquoise colour that makes you long to swim in it.
The steps turn towards the right and there is Positano, rearing its' head through the trees. Incidentally, this is a wonderful spot to watch the Ferragosto fireworks in August if you want to get away from the crowds.
Down a little bit more, and below to your left is the cemetary. I'm going to stop off here and see what Carlo is doing. We'll go for another walk soon, OK?