Last minute and somewhat spontaneous, this trip was something that Tino and I randomly decided on. This was a trip we obviously both needed after working the entire summer. Positano, a cliffside village located in the South of Italy away from the hustle and bustle of the city, is known for its pebble beachfronts, panoramic views of the sea, and an array of pastel orange, green, blue, and pink buildings staggering down the cliffside. We landed in Naples, Italy and had a car service pick us up to bring us to our hostel. This drive from Naples took 1.5-2 hrs but it was one of the best scenic drives ever (and slightly terrifying). The car drove along narrow roads along high cliffs and made a thousand turns; if you get motion sickness I would recommend taking an anti-nausea medication prior to this drive. During our first full day at Positano we spent the day at Spiaggia Grande beach, De Fornillo beach, finding our way taking the stairs, and visiting small local boutiques. A pair of comfy shoes is a must because Positano requires a lot of walking and stairs, unless you decide to take the bus. I attached some pics of our first couple of days there.