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... have been doing it in the dark and it was dangerous enough hiking the trail in the daylight. Some parts required tightrope walking along a cliff followed by descending stairs next to a waterfall and river that were wet and slippery, it was tough. We eventually made it to Monterosso just before the sun fully set, talk about good timing. We walked around Monterosso for a little while before jumping on the next train back to La Spezia to complete our day of Cinque ...
... a very interesting day. We returned to the ship and sailed at 2pm. I had borrowed a book from the library so the pressure was on to get it finished and returned before starting to pack.
Saturday we had to be out of our room by 8.30. Our luggage had gone during the night so we took our hand luggage down to breakfast and generally filled in time until we were able to leave the ship at 11am. Time to start our next adventure with three days in La Spezia.
Until next timeCarol and ...
... that has him evicted from the drivers seat. He is reluctant, but lets me take the wheel. He is a nervous passenger at the best of times, but definitely doesn't relax for the drive.
He does think it is worth it though when we get to the first toll booth and Meg snaps a pic of me trying to get the ticket. Yep, car is out of gear, handbrake is on, seatbelt is off, door and window are open and my long arms and fingers are stretched to the limit. I get the ticket ...
... in the Mediterranean. Once we had checked in we had a bite to eat and then packed up to go to Porta Venere. This place is just on the southern coast of the Cinque Terre and while it technically isnt part of of the 'five lands' it is still part of the world heritage area. On the bus ride out to this spot, Florian pointed out a couple of turrets and bunkers that the italians had created out in the middle of the harbour. Essentially a pile of rocks on which a ...
... They generally specialize in one or the other. Our hotel recommended a restaurant to us that in fact did both so we decided to give it a go. Again we were pleasantly surprised. All of the food we had eaten during our stay in Italy was just superb. So fresh and all fairly healthy ingredients with perfect portions sizes. We ordered a smorgasbord. Pizza, pasta and salad. It was all delicious! We even managed to fit in one more perfect gelato on the way home.