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After sleeping in for the first time in Italy, we awoke to our first day of rain. I guess it couldn't be beautiful _every_ day we are here. Although, I really think it should be :)
I couldn't talk Lizzie into boarding the boat or the train to head to another city this morning and hiking in the rain was definitely not going to happen for her. So I got geared up in my rain gear and headed out into the rain because there is no way I'm letting the rain ruin my vacation! (I ...
I totally almost slept in for some reason! But it was alright I was there in plenty of time. The drive to cinque terre was uneventful. Cinque terre means five towns in Italian. Strangely there is 5. Riommagorie, manarola, corneiglia, vernezza and monterosso. That's not at all how you spell them... I stayed in riommagorie which was the first town. We were dropped in la spezia and had to get a train to the five villages. We figured out the ticket ...
... peep from the cohort had arrived in La Spezia that day and we caught each other for dinner. It was very healthy to sit long, talk much, and laugh often. We reflected on what it meant to be chosen for such an incredible journey, what it meant to each of us, and how it has impacted us. We both arrived in Bologna ripe and raw and open and subsequently have felt this tiny earthquake within. I feel very privileged to be among such rich ...
... week ago- maybe we are getting the hang of how the Italians have organised the train system- it is called- arrive really early for the train in case it comes early, ask for confirmation at every turn in case something has changed, or you got something wrong , look on the internet to check any small detail that you might think was common sense, and then just hope all is going to be OK.
We got to Levanto and Damiano, our host, and his Uncle were at ...
... way (as my hostel wifi wasn’t working I managed to find a spot on the back streets where I could access someones unlocked wifi – naughty me lol) before stopping at a deli to grab a foccacia for lunch on the train before going back to my hostel to grab my bags and head to the train station. I then hopped on my 4 hour train to Milan in my first class seat J (managed ...