Chris and I are on the Amalfi Coast, the very famous coastline of southern Italy - the Cinque Terre of the south. It basically looks like Cinque Terre except no murderous jellyfish and the towns are a bit bigger. We took an awesome high speed train to Naples, where we thought about spending the day before heading to Amalfi. We were warned by multiple train staff of the pickpockets and kind of blew it off since we've been warned of that the entire trip. Then this scruffy looking guy rolled up to our cart on the train right before we got to Naples and was blatantly staring at us and whistling/singing creepily. He stared right at us for probably 10 min straight. Right before we got off the train an Italian lady approached us and said, "I don't like the way that guy was looking at you! You need to take off your watch and hide your camera immediately!" We were on the next train out of Naples 13 minutes later.
We arrived in Solerno this afternoon and from there you take a 45 min ferry to the little towns - we chose Minori because it's not too touristy and we got a cheap hotel. The bigger towns are Amalfi (a 5 min boat ride from Minori) and Positano (35 min boat ride from Minori). Amalfi is really nice and has a cathedral dedicated to Jesus's first disciple Andrew - and houses his remains!!