This was my plan: wake up super early, get the metro to the train station, get the train to Sorrento and get the bus to Amalfi with the most amazing view ever, wander all day between Amalfi and Salerno, and then go back to Naples to eat the best pizza in the world.
Waking up super early went down the drain since I had a VERY annoying guy on the bed on top of mine, who decided to be the worst roomate ever and ended up talked all night and making so much noise doing god knows what. And since I couldn't really sleep, by the time my alarm clock rang, I was way too tired and said the typical "five more minutes and I'll get up". Well, I didn't! By the time I got up it was already 9am and I was way too late, I knew I was!
This part I am not proud of, but the problem in Naples, the big one, is the beggers. You cannot move an inch without having someone begging you for some money. I've never seen so many in my life! And their favorite trick is to get the kids to ask for the money which is just mean because they make puppie faces that really make it hard to say no to. At this train line you'll get a man or a woman playing some instrument and very loud (but funny) music, and then the kid (with adorable clothes) will ask people money. So what am I not proud of? Well, I was trying to buy a sandwich for my lunch later, and a boy, young one, maybe 15 years old, kept asking me money. And I said no, but he didn't leave and he insisted again and again, and I ended up yelling at the poor kid. Luckily I yelled in Portuguese so I'm sure he didn't understand a thing, but I felt horrible after.
This is what happened, once I got back up to the station, there was nobody there, and as I got out of the station I didn't know where to get the bus to Amalfi, so I decided to look for it - bad, bad idea!