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... It was fantastic. We then caught the train back to Vernazza as we hadn't seen it yet then found a spot to sit on the rocks which gave us a view of the town. There were lots of little black crabs running around and so I told the story to Franklin of why I hate them (and how dad used to hide them in his hand and pretend to throw them at me). So of course when I was happily sitting there he went off and came back and pretended to have something in his hand and ...
... this area is different to where we are at San Gimi. It is hillier, seems drier and as a consequence the vegetation different. This is a serious wine growing region, appears to be more commercial operations here than where we are. I'm not sure how the vines do so well, it looks they are growing in very hard clay soil, dry, with no nutrients at all. Not even weeds grow. Out of the car and a walk around town. It is really ...
... steep, so prepare more water on a sunny day.
We watched sunset at Manarola. It was so beautiful that words cannot describe. The sea was shone golden by the sinking sun. The other side, I saw houses on the cliff shone with golden yellow color. It was more than 180 degrees view I had to capture at the same time. Please don't miss it.
On the day we hiked to Monterosso. It was Lemon ...
We stopped in Pisa and visited the famous square where the tower, cathedral, and baptistery are. No, we didn't take any "holding up the Leaning Tower" pictures.
After a short visit to Pisa, we went to Holly's cousin's place in the Italian resort town of Castiglioncello, about 30 minutes south of Pisa by train. We were definitely there during the high season, the beaches were packed. During our time there, we mainly visited with ...
... that traffic!!
We found seats together and just relaxed - Simon was dripping sweat!!
But at least we were on.
The train was pretty relaxed compared to the last one. No constricting cabin that confines you to your seat and that is it. No stretching room or breathing space!
The train ran parallel to the Italian coastline -it actually made for quite a scenic route. We enjoyed it.
We got to Vernazza finally! It was a weird station too! We ...
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