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... were heading the wrong way and our map was not making too much sense! After a bit more wandering we decided to give in and get a taxi back to port! It was after 3pm and getting cold. Our taxi driver got a bit lost in the maze of traffic at the port , he went down a one way street that was a dead end so he just popped his hazard lights on and headed back up the road dodging the oncoming traffic! Only in Italy !! Back on ship, ...
An ideal choice for a break to regain
your inner harmony and be at peace with nature, Agriturismo Sognando
Villa Edera has the warm,discrete glamour of one of the most
welcoming country villas. Each guest will be amazed by the beauty of
the landscape and by the warm hospitality of the owners.Situated just 3Km from the sea,with 5
fully equipped apartments that have been completely restored
Once I completed my STCW course I began applying for jobs like a mad woman. The excitement really started to set in seeing all the possible opportunities that had the potential to be mine. One day, walking to the hidden, local farmers market behind a favorite bar, I received an e-mail referring to one of the job posts (that I had applied to less than 24 hours prior).
*Side note: This market had kiwi berries that were absolutely delicious. The size of a grape with a ...
... just know Chris well). Overall, the intention of this badly written paragraph is to express the fact that the other three amigos that complete our traveling team quartet are what truly make this trip truly amazing.
Off to Cinque Terre, Italy tomorrow morning
P.S. sorry for the poor grammar, sentence construction vocab, and probably numerous spelling errors. Its 1am here and only slept 3 hours yesterday and want to pass out as soon as ...
... Terre to inly discover that the local Genova soccer (football) team had won and to celebrate every freaking italian in the vicinity got in their cars and bikes and beeped and tooted their horns for about 2 hours. Gotta love Italy.
The next day we caught the Riomaggiore (unfortunately something we didn't notice was that after you buy a train ticket you actually need to also stamp it in a little machine that looks like an emergency button, therefore we ...