Amalfi; 14th - 21st June 2014

What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?

The views were breathtaking, didn't realise we would be so high up, especially having lunch on top of the world at around 750 meters. Achieving the walks was inspirational, as we found certain aspects quite demanding, such as steep elevations, narrow footpaths with sheer drops, but not forgetting we did this with a great bunch of people, who looked out for each other.

What did you think of your group leader?

Meeting Morton at the airport, he made us feel welcome straight away, and reassured us if we had any problems we should not hesitate to contact him one way or the other. As the holiday progressed he would explain everything the night before at his group sessions for the following days agenda. He is polite, extremely passionate about his work, the walks and the history of the country, plus if he couldn't answer a question, he would go away and find the answer, a true professional.

Do you have any advice for potential travellers?

If you are beginners like my partner and I, then possibly be prepared to be taken out your comfort zone, physically and mentally. But if you persevere with the walks, you will certainly feel a sense of achievement, as certainly that was our experience.

Is there anything else you would like to add?

No, I believe we have covered all issues.