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... 3pm. So we got up to the station about 2:45, with a huge wave of people coming down off the platform. “Uh oh,” I’m thinking as with all these people coming down from the station, that likely means a train just left. I hope I didn’t read the schedule wrong.
I did :(
I don’t need any sort of condolences from the readers of our adventures, or any sort of justification for what I had done, but I do want to say, the schedule is a little ...
... it down to the waters edge and there were people all over the place swimming & sunbathing....we walked out to the point.... Took some more piccies...the views were amazing.... Head down and we ran back through the water fight to the station... next stop Corniglia .... We walked along the walkway till we got to the steps.... This town was high up on the cliff and the only way up was by stairs... Was the only town we did not walk ...
... too! Where are you from? San Diego? Sorry to hear that!" (Direct quote, 2013) They are a funny breed, especially when they travel. They only get two weeks' leave per year, so props to them for leaving the States to go and see the world. It's just about as a long a flight as from Australia, but we get a lot more holidays (especially us teachers...and those on leave for a long period of time...) We had a lovely place to stay in Riomaggiore, a man named Mauricio's ...
... month. We didn’t leave
until after ten and we were both expecting to be lucky to find a seat. We were
judging from what we would expect in Perth…if we aren’t at the church at least
30 minutes before the service …then we are standing.
We arrived at San Martino at just
on 10:20 and to our surprise the cathedral was only half full (or half empty –
depending on how you like to think of these things)…and we sat half way down
... tiny winding road, the driver, honking almost the whole way, to alert any on-coming cars. Otherwise we would have been toast. When I arrived at the top of the mountain it began to rain.. downpour. I thought I was back in Costa Rica!! Luckily I was prepared with my umbrella ( but it didn't do much good) and walked through the tiny town jumping in puddles. Lots of marble sculptures and products to buy. They weren't giving any tours of the ...