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Back to Naples
On my last day, I spent as much time exploring Capri as possible. The last fast ship was returning to Naples at around 17:00 and I hurried to the port.
This was another new experience: aboard a real passenger ship, not a ferry.
My last day was the most complicated. Capri was jam-packed with noisy tourists arriving from all around the World.
I booked my ticket for SNAV's Orion boat. The ship too was jam-packed with people, it felt like a filled airliner.
My ship: SNAV's Orion
Before embarking, another ship's exhaust pushed a thick cloud of dark gas into the water... I don't know if this is common practice - why the exhaust was pointing towards the water.
It's utterly disgusting...
Nasty pollution gets pumped into the water
The dark gas went deep into the water and stayed there, turning the water dark
No-one there (yet). Later it got filled with people and I even had to hold my luggage on my lap.
I will certainly return to Capri for more, deeper exploration and longer stays
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