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Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
Wake up call at 6:45, we pack and eat breakfast at the hotel. We got about 7 hours of sleep due to the meeting the previous night. Fatigue and lack of sleep caught up to us and three players couldn't get in due to illness (and a slight injury which occurred at the beach the previous day) and one got out mid-practice. The indoor pool was very humid with a strong presence of chlorine in the air ...
... apartments. For dinner, we couldn't decide if we just wanted to sit with some wine (Michael) and watch the day come to a close or find food (Deb). We ended up going to an outdoor cafe for wine and were surprised to find out that the "table snack" at this cafe was a full plate of salami, vegetables, olives, tortilla chips, salsa, queso, and bread. So, there wasn't a loser between us!
Finally, the night got more brisk and the air seemed to ...
... This took us a whole of 10 minutes! By this stage it was coming to dinner time so we found the only place open for dinner and made our way in. I had the seafood pasta which I thought was fitting for a fishing village!
That night we walked around a little bit before heading to our apartment for a goodnight's sleep.
For our second day in the Cinque Terra region we caught the train to the next village ...
... we had a delicious seafood pasta dinner at a restaurant overlooking the sea and village atop a cliff. When we finished, we enjoyed a huge bonfire on the beach. Of course, it got very out of hand and fire-lit debris flew through the air carried by the wind and the police came but was nevertheless exciting. We enjoyed the atmosphere of the night and returned for a real nights ...
... Time to get back on board and head off to the next village where we would be having lunch.
Next thing the coast guard pulls up alongside, we all thought Angelo had done something wrong - no, all was good, after slinging Paulo and Guiseppee a few beers ( it's hot work being a coast guard) and a nice chat. (P.S us girls decided we wanted to take Guiseppe home, he had the most amazing eyes ...