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Today, we ventured out further into the 5 lands. We woke up early enough to catch the express train into Monterosso. No stopping in the other 3 towns on our way, just a direct shot. I think it took about 8 minutes in all. And we only had to stop once, which made Lizzie happy (special side note – this is one of the only points I can make that this day was not all about me).
We got into Monterosso, walked along the beach front.. my immediate reaction ...
... of the towns up the hills behind and between towns along the ridges and through the terracing.It was extremely warm while we were there and there didn't appear to be many people walking.
We started out early each morning and did a couple of hours before coming home by the train. We dripped with sweat after about 10 minutes and never dried out again! But it was good to be getting some exercise in and the scenery was rather beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... Maryce and I took off around the city to get some more shopping done…and icecream…and just spend some time together.
Apparently, we stayed out too late because as soon as we got home we had Kevin sitting at the table waving his finger at us asking…"and what time do you think this is to be coming home???” …what could we say…very funny guy is our Kev…!!!
Later we all showered and freshened up and hit the streets ...
... 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 ...