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... had a beach. We walked along the beach and into the town, through the tiny streets, past a birthday party. We made our way back to the station and caught the train home. We’d had a really lovely day.
Back in Moneglia we enjoyed a stroll through this lovely town too and along the beach. We watched the sun set, a glorious pink, over the sea and collected sea glass again. The town had some Christmas markets on so we strolled through those on our way back to home. ...
After strolling along the beachfront last evening, we had the task on walking back up,the steep hill to our hotel. Let me tell you, I was huffing and puffing...about a 20 minute walk, a a 30-45 degree hill. I worked off some wine!
We awoke to a beautiful day and enjoyed Tommy's hospitality by having a breakfast in the gardens consisting of crostata, coffee, fruit, breads and home made jam! ...
... The Kiwis went off to find out more about our walk along the coast whilst the rest of us slumped happily in the sun.
Their return heralded bad news, the path was completely shut due to landslides caused by large amounts of rainfall, we were to be taking trains to all the different towns rather than hiking. Although this was a huge shame little could upset the sublime mood we were all in but in consolation we felt it was only right to invest in ...
Today started at midday with a walk to Charlottes and Stigs to pick up the table they had wrongly received the day before and take it back to Porta S.Donato and swap it for the table they had actually ordered. The supplier was very apologetic and told them that he would be at the Porta at midday. So at midday we were there…and so was the supplier.
The first thing he did was check out the 'old' table…he still couldn't quite believe that ...
... 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 ...