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... it was somebody from one of the motor homes moving their car closer to the van (perfectly conceivable that they'd have someone driving a back-up car). Once everyone else had left and silence was finally mine I emerged from the large shadow of some rocks on the beach and made a beeline for the covered rowing boat, only to be stopped in my tracks by that wretched car sitting there behind the gates, the owner still inside and staring straight at me.
I made out like I ...
... history there of food, pirates, fishing, and agriculture. I mean it's Italy--that's the history of half the country. History aside, though, what marks these villages as special is the lack of over-intrusion by modernity. Many things are done the traditional way, and there is no car travel between them; visitors must either take a train, take a boat, or do what people have done for centuries--walk the old goat path that hugs the rugged terrain ...
... the place - got sorted and Jol has scraped his new paint job we found busy and kel surprise friendly and had nice meals of 'Tourist menu’ of fish and Spag bol and ice cream for the nervous passenger….well it is my comfort food!
Our friendly waiter tells us of a good bar and we head off there till 1-ish having Sprist and German? beers. Jol asks if they have any Italian beer and the waiter states that they have ...
... as usual) we came to Cornigulia. I will load up some photos which speak more than words about the track ahead. (Unless you are a dedicated hiker read more about the difficulty of the track sections between the towns to be more informed than we were).
300 odd steps up to the town from the station, (pity the locals) and we were off. I told Claire to go ahead at her pace and I plodded along. It was rainy today and ...
... that are
world-renowned (as well as tasty and cheap for backpackers!)
Our second day there, we ran into a bunch of other Candians
hiking the trails and discussed election results and news of Obama. We
actually ended up spending the whole day with a young Canadian - even though he
was a Toronto Maple Leafs Fan! We've seen more Canadians here than we
have since leaving Canada.