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... and I did the walk to the beach our first day - a bit of a mistake given the distance and then an hour walk on the beach was exhausting. But we found a small cafe with the best prices - 3.5 Euro for two coffees and a bottle of water - Wow!. This really is the perfect beach town to relax in. We decided on a taxi back to our hotel and we met with a lady who the foulest mouth and she used all of her ...
... He got off almost half an hour later, panting and distressed. After getting on the run bus and having to run to the station to catch the train, he'd been unable to buy a ticket and in the process had lost his credit card. We walked back to the main part of town and went to the supermarket with everyone to get snacks and drinks and stuff for the beach. It was a really warm and sunny day. We caught the ...
... any of the villages of this national park stretching many miles south down the coast--and met our Airbnb host at the apartment we would be staying in. Little did we know the garage would turn out to be a major pain in the ass, but in the end, we actually saved some money and didn't pay for the first night (see the picture of our note to the attendants). After getting situated, we had some wonderful pasta with sardines, pinenuts and raisins for dinner and got to bed ...
... mist spraying off the rocks. Unfortunately for us, the actual village of Corniglia is on a cliff about 300 feet above the train station, however we are strapping young lads, so we threw on our packs and started the accent. The village is a maze of pedestrian-only streets, barely wide enough for two people standing side by side. We made a quick trek down the marina before checking in. Unfortunately the water was pretty rough and ...
... Planet says they were used by Catholics to pay penance by slogging up the pathway. Not sure about that one, its a lovely walk with plenty of vineyards and great views from the top. While we successfully made it to the top without being rained on or struck by lightening, the chapel was closed so we didnt get to the frescoes inside. We took the step path back down, ...