Cruising in Capri

It was the first day in the season of choppy water, and I got sea sick on the way to Capri. There was another young girl who had also gotten sea sick on the boat. The boat bobbed up and down for miles. It did not help that I was hopping around the boat for pictures. The things I do for my Instagram pictures are crazy sometimes. We passed by beautiful grottos, the Dolce & Gabbana house hanging on a cliff, and the Faraglioni arch. I love Faraglioni because it’s not the common Cabo arch in Mexico that everyone takes a picture with and it’s amazing how huge it is. Big boats can pass through it.

I love being by crystal clear, blue waters. Even more so when I’m surrounded by beautiful views and yachts.

The feeling of being sea sick would not go away until we arrived to the island. A can of Coca Cola brought my strength back along with a tomato/mozzarella/spinach sandwich.

The streets are narrow. Somehow buses get through without any scratches here. The top of Capri has more views, food, and shopping. I will make a separate post revealing my special purchase later on.

I dream of visiting Italy again! Faraglioni was my favorite spot in Capri.

P.S. I had authentic Bolognese spaghetti three nights in a row during my Italy trip. It is that GOOD.

xo, Abby


  1. May 22, 2018 / 8:30 pm

    The Arch in Capri resembles the Arch in Cabos, great pictures!

    • whereabbygoes
      May 22, 2018 / 8:35 pm

      Yes it does resemble it! It’s bigger in Italy for sure! Thanks for reading xx

    • whereabbygoes
      July 21, 2017 / 9:12 pm

      Hahah exactly. Thanks for reading! 💕

      • July 21, 2017 / 9:13 pm

        I nominated you for Unique Blogger Award. Read today’s post!

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