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Awoke to another cloudy morning, but no rain. After a light breakfast, we had hoped to take the coastal walk into the next town, but it turned out to be closed. So, we ended up doing the more difficult walk of going almost straight up and straight down to the next town- had to take several stops just to simply take in the view. Once in the neighboring town, we sat at a resturant enjoying ...
... t tell you what the flavors actually were, but they were tasty, as per usual.
We got to the water and found some people dangerously boarding a ferry, which was thrashing up and down in the large waves. Further in the cove were kayakers and paddleboarders. There were a few people sunning upon the rocks, and some braver souls actually swimming. We’d brought our swimsuits with the intention of swimming at the nicer beach in Monterosso, ...
... why we didn't stay longer, and headed for Turin. The drive took about 4 hours and we were staying at this random villa in the middle of a park. The road you used to drive up to it was actually a footpath. They had an amazing Spanish dinner there that night, however, that included unlimited Sangria. We slept very well that night! We spent the next day doing our own version of a walking tour around Turin. We went up the cinema building for a look at the view of ...
... get the email.... Something something something..... Hostel abandoned... Something something something... I'll come meet you". I hung up and told Sam I didn't understand anything and the dude was coming ( was ******** myself a little, thought we would have nowhere to stay in this sketchy town). A weird semi Indian looking dude with a weird black line painted on his face met us at the address where the hostel was meant to be. He took us ...
... about the looks of this town for the night. We take the steep hike back up to the car with our heavy packs. Phew, not sure if we want to make hiking a sport after all! On our way to the next of the 5 towns called Cornillia, a woman and her teenage son flags is down. They ask for directions to Vernazza and I show her my map. They have been walking for 6 hours! We offer them a ride and they are grateful. We decide to drive them all the way to their destination and make it ours ...