A Casa di Griffi B&B
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It has happened my friends. We are almost incommunicado. Satellite coverage has dropped to its lowest levels. So, it would be almost impossible for me to upload photos.Therefore, I will finish my blog after I get home and have a normal internet connection. Sorry.
Many activities on the ship; talent shows, galley tours, movies, and the usual relaxation pursuits such as reading. I am wading through the biography of Andrew Carnegie at ...
... in a cabinet which makes the choosing less problematic given the fact that no one speaks English. We motion to the young woman behind the counter - I have seen a plate of meat, lettuce and tomato which looks the ticket but don't want raw beef again so try to ask if it comes with ham instead. She asks us if we are English and then directs us to follow her to a woman sitting outside at one of the tables. She turns out to be from Wales, has lived here many years and ...
... honey flavours & fresh goats cheese. Our last lunch of the tour was a degustation lunch, a 9 course feast, from which we are still recovering! Lol absolutely amazing & a great way to finish a wonderful week . 4 antipastos. 2 pastas, 2 meats & dolce . They sure know how to eat over ...
... but I have yet to try a gelato better than Hunter Belle's ? This afternoon we start our official Food & wine tour with aperitifs & dinner......... & what a lovely night it was. Our tour guide Rob, a winemaker from Margaret River WA seems like a great guy & full of local knowledge. Our other member of our tour is Susan from Ballina. Think it's going to be a fun week.Had a beautiful dinner at a very special restaurant. Great ...
The next couple of days were spent at the beach, relaxing in the sun. On our last night there We had drinks with our American neighbours and thrashed them in Uno - playing Taffs' rules of course.
Overall, the Cinque Terre was an amazing place, but I couldn't help but think that It was slightly ruined by the all of the tourists which cluttered the streets of the towns. Again, I can't really complain too much seeing as Sue and I were tourists too.