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... Now I was in Italy and it was another new language. Just when I was getting good at the small things in Spanish, I had to pull out my my phone and learn my thirds set of basics. And this town really had no tourists at all, or any English. It was dark and I was trying to navigate everything and get my bearings again. It was a combination of anxiety, fatigue, so much stimulus, but also missing the comfort of home, my loved ones, puppies and even a car. I ...
... but the backdrop is lovely :).
Lerici is a fishing village and the fishermen can be seen working on their boats at the wharves amongst the recreational water users: yachties, kayakers, stand up paddleboarders. I also saw two elderly men diving with spears off the shore today and many people fishing with long rods all along the rocks and wharves. ...
... other towns, maybe simply because there is more room to hide all the tourists! Anyway, it was actually my favorite of all the towns though each had its charms.
Unfortunately, since it has been several months since our trip, I will have to mostly let the photos do the talking but, as has become my habit, I include some information from the web, mostly wikipedia here.
Monterosso al Mare is a town and comune in the province of La Spezia, part ...
... to the Rialto Bridge, which was a little smaller that I imagined. Below it was the Grand Canal with gondoliers, water taxis, and boats of every description heading everywhere. Extraordinary! The other extraordinary thing was the number of tourists, but this is something to be expected in such a famous city. The streets were narrow, overlooked by apartments and no cars, bikes or scooters. It was great. We spent hours wandering around. The popular piazzas were lined ...
... on October 25, 2011. Nine people have been confirmed killed by the floods, and damage to the villages, particularly Vernazza and Monterosso al Mare, is extensive."
Thanks, smarttraveller.com.au ... Sam's not feeling quite as smart now, thank you very much!
And as luck would have it, we were staying at Vernazza, the most damaged of the five towns.
The locals ...