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... of but I named them 'salt balls', and later on out came a tray of lasagna, too bad to eat. The only redeeming food on offer was the yummy big piece of roast pork, if you overlooked the salt oil gravy!! Haha. What really had me gobsmacked was the ****** small plastic plates and cutlery you had to eat with. It didn't matter, it was only ten euros after all and I weakened and chose an Aperol Spritz for my included drink.
David was asking about dessert ...
... things, so after awhile I was kind of over it! There were some amazing views and I did get some awesome pictures, but it was a little intense for me! But now I can say I went hiking in Cinque Terre! We ended in Corniglia, the third town. We found a place for lunch and it was one of the best lunches I've had so far. I just got spaghetti al pomodoro, and I normally don't even like tomato sauce too much but this was so good! Plus I got a salad on the ...
... called Volastra, and forest. The downhill part of the path right at the end, just before we got to Corniglia, was not proper steps, so it would have been hard walking up them to walk from Corniglia to Manarola (opposite direction to us). Corniglia is a quaint little village, like all the others of Cinque Terre, but it is perched at the top of a cliff, as opposed to Manarola and Vernazza and Riomaggiore, that cascade down the cliffs to the water :) We kept on the ...
Due to the hot weather we have been experiencing, we started our trail walk early this morning, starting at Vernazza. We had a light starter breakfast consisting of fruit and water.
We walked to Corniglia first, a beautiful little village which is placed on a steep cliff high above the sea. All of the other four villages go down to the water, except for Corniglia. The walk to Corniglia took around two hours, and was ...
... the morning wore on we began to understand why it was known as a tourist magnet as we could hardly move in the central piazza's and the market.
By that stage we had enough of the crowds so headed back to the villa, and on the way we found another typical Tuscan view, fields of sunflowers so it was out with the camera.
Then it was on to the ...
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