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... shop. I'm publicly admitting to possessing a sketch book. It's a start! So a few of the photos are from these other escapades! I am loving the fresh air, the sun and wind, the choice of sleeping hours (I am going to bed early!), reading (I've finished Margaret Drabble's The Pure Gold Baby), doing nothing, walking, hearing a cock crow every morning, and seeing washing hanging over all the balconies. I'm also enjoying people-watching, and listening in to diverse conversations, as you ...
... Forte dei Marmi. Sad face.) A little amusement we had before lunch, walking around the local markets: The local African immigrants make a living selling counterfeit handbags on the street. This is apparently illegal, so we had fun watching what happened when the local Carabinieri showed up. The African boys quickly bundled up their wares in a sheet, and pretended to hide behind cars and restaurant awnings, while the police drove around pretending not to see ...
Wednesday 4 June 2001 The Duries and Beveridges started their road trip today all in the hired Opel which was comfortable and quite adequately powered. Our first stop was one really for the boys at the Ferrari museum at Marinella. You have to see the attached photos . The second leg was to the old town of Palma staying in a delightful hotel in the city centre. Palma famous for its ham and cheese is a delightful city again off the main tourist trail but well worth a visit. Dinner in Palma ...
... to our hostel. I counted every painful one. I am going to have legs of steel by the time this trip is over. But complaining aside, Riomaggiore is gorgeous! The houses are all the colours of the rainbow, and strung with bunting and washing flapping in the breeze. People seem to be open, friendly, and know how to live life at a slow pace. This evening as I was half running half dragging myself up the stairs an old man sauntering down gave me a smile and said "stop! stop!" ...
... him for a few hours before we said Arriverderci and headed back into Monterosso for some more beach time. The weather in Italy has been cranking ever since we arrived, we are loving it! The rest of the day was a low key affair. Kate had a mosey around the shops before we meet up with the girls at Manarola for snacks/dinner while we watched the sun go down. It was a great end to our time in the Cinque Terre. Our train to Venice left early in the morning so ...