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... than rely on notes written by a woman who often gets it wrong and we believe has never left the comfort of her office chair and counts the Kim's as the crow flies not the actual trek walked) & pretty much a first in correct directions...yippee. Climbed down the mountain path through olive groves and then along a coastal track with stunning calanques, easily accessed for beach goers. The cafe on the beach was a tempting spot and it ...
... up and down this ridge for a few hours and ignored directions so we could make it back which we did 4 hours later after about 18 kms. But we did find the path where we should have gone up as we were coming down it! The next challenge was to organise a taxi to take us to the train station first thing tomorrow morning with our luggage and to get in touch with the hotel at the next destination ...
... Funny thing is we really have no idea of how far we walk but thinking today it was around 23 kms. Ended up in the pretty fishing village, Acciaroli, after 41/2 hours walk in the hot sun but we were lucky to have the odd coastal breeze occasionally and headed straight for a gelati shop on the marina in the town , plonked down and stayed there for about 2 hours. This trip has been a bit messy getting from place to ...
... climbing but easy this time as on the road to next village, stopped for icecream and coffee. Such delightful and welcoming bar owners. Only 5 kms to village... BUT ironically we set off on the 17 mills walk....I for one saw none!!! Tomorrow (Monday) is meant to be a hard day, from top of highest mountain in the area to the sea. See how we can stuff this one up! This is the fun of these walks - the challenges presented each ...
... out of that state. I assumed the government helps them, but that despite this help they remain homeless due to some kind of lack-of-will or drug problem. Though this never made sense to me, but is the reason why you should just keep walking past them in the street. I'm coming to realise that it's not that easy to get out of being homeless, and easier to fall into it than many people like to admit. Imagine how depressed you'd be if you spent your whole day crouched, begging ...