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... fascinate me), but I had a sleeping place to be looking for further along the coast.
First stop was Santa Margherita. The plan had been to walk along to Portofino and look for somewhere there but as I started walking along the coastal road it became clear that I wasn't going to find anywhere suitable in among the mansions on the hillside. I chose instead to dig my swim shorts out on a small shingle beach and dip into the ocean, being careful not to let my bags ...
... br> This is Cinque Terre, in Northwestern Italy, a UNESCO world heritage site composed of five small towns entrenched into mountain sides, which cascade right down into the turquoise Mediterranean sea. Even in winter it is beautiful. The slopes all run about a 50 degree angle-quite steep, and remarkably, they are all terraced, much like the Incas of the Andes. The slopes were probably forested at one point ...
... heading back to the room to collect our things before checkout we bought 1 hour of internet access to figure out our plan for tonight. We had planned this evening to be a “mystery night” where we would rent a car, take a drive somewhere and find a place to stay wherever the day took us, but what we didn’t plan on was Mac coming down with the sickness. Driving a car was out of the question since it would likely be a manual transmission and he was ...
... washed our clothes in it and we hung them out the window to dry. Yippee, we are clean, new fresh clothes on and freshly washed in a bidet clothes hanging out to dry.
Off we went on our quest for food. Found it, even in a very small town a few cafes and of course a homemade Gelateria. The gelato here is soooooooo good!
Wednesday we decided to hike all five towns but of course not the easy trail that is more a walking trail but we wanted the challenge ...
... 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 ...