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... leap. No amount of talking would get her to jump, but as it was her birthday she decided to enjoy the moment and got the girls out. Here I was on a rock out in the ocean with a young 18 year old swinging those puppies in the breeze with Jac looking on in the water below, I jumped and left her to it. We swam back in and much to the enjoyment of all the men on the beach all the spring breakers decided to let their girls out as well, this encouraged all the men to ...
... was open yet, so a return visit was essential.
Along the way the ferry called into all the other villages, with the exception of Corniglia which has no port, so we were afforded more photo opportunities, this time from the sea!! The journey took just over a very relaxing hour and the scenery was spectacular.
Monterosso differs from the other 4 villages as it is larger, flatter and more commercialized. ...
... come at 9am and pay then for the full day from town to town. So what to do then..go shopping of course. The only problem was, many of the shops were closed for the afternoon siesta and wouldn't reopen until 4pm. Well no shopping then just site seeing until 4. Once again we found ourselves in Italy during a World Cup game which Italy were playing in. So it was time to find some place to settle in have dinner and watch the game. We found a ...
... which wasn't closed! Well, I will admit there was a sign saying it was, but the gate was wide open, and it was obvious that many other tourists were using the trail. We decided to go for it.
In summation: it was steep, and rocky, and AMAZING.
The trail winded through the cliff-side vineyards along the coast. It was narrow with hundred of stairs, some man-made, some roughly-natural. Many were only two feet wide. When you met other hikers, you had ...
... to visit before we left the hotel.
Anyway we caught the train back to Monterosso del Mare and there really wasn't that much there either. There was a beach and some colourful umbellas and of course some cappuccino that we had to try. We took a few photos and moved on again.
The next stop was Vernazza. It was amazing. There were fishing boats, colourful umbrellas, neat little shops and it had ...