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We set off from the apartment this morning around 10:30, it's cloudy but warm, expecting 16 degrees, tropical! Purchased tickets for the train back down the coast, planning to get off at Riomaggiore or Manarola (1st and 2nd of the five fishing villages that make up the Cinque Terre). Chose Manarola, it's tiny, quaint, just one uphill, meandering street lined with shops and restaurants/cafes (predominantly closed for the winter, it seems). Only ...
... us about their life in South Africa and their last 5 weeks of travelling. I was very envious they stayed in a castle pre-cruise. The castle sounded fairytale like. They invited us to join them when we dock in North Africa to tour with them. After dinner we decided to have an early night and went to bed. The mattress hadn't been changed.
We fell asleep quickly regardless of the mattress...there was no noise! Tomorrow we arrive in Naples ...
... shop and grabbed some drinks and snacks and went back to the hotel to make use of the free wifi.
For dinner I went to a nearby Ristorante Pizzeria and had some vino and the Stelvio Platter with lost of meat, sausages, bacon, cheese and bread. Finished of with an expresso and a grappa, large!
I could have done with a rest day, but still apart from the little bit of rain it had been another good day on the road.
... the locals hiding inside little patisseries with aromatic coffee wafting out and hanging in the misty air tempting us as we walked past. Cant stop yet– too much to see!! Even the fishing boats cowered under tarpaulins to escape the freezing wind and pelting rain. Only crazy tourists were out in their bright red ponchos – loving every minute of this beguiling place. Marion insisted on Gellatti - lemon and chocolate, served in a tiny cup - we all had ...
We arrived in port and disembarked the ship Armonia for the last time. The staff and the trip had been great and we were sad to leave.
9 of us , 7 Aussies and the two of us, hopped in a mini van for our journey across country to Genoa to meet the next ship, the Orchestra.
The trip over was pretty hairy at times with fast driving and a loud moaning Australian.
We were rushed to the ship and I was ...