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... cat attending Mass at a much smaller church that had started at 10 am, walking from the new town to the old and getting rather sticky and warm in the process, and getting a bottle of water to drink while sitting on a cool limestone bench outside the church until it was time to go in. We saw the first boat leave old town at 10:30; it looked concernedly overcrowded, so we crossed that off our list. Mass was in Italian, of course, but there was ...
... way down also, just made myself comfy and the heavens opened, so we ran for cover, and when we figured the rain had stopped, we made our way back to our lounges, again just got comfy and again heavens opened, but this time it was in for good because the guards started to make a large down pipe from the base of the bridge to the beach, and the coffee shop and all the other shops closed their shutters, so what choice did we have we ...
... in Canada), along with the opening scene of Donnie Darko where he wakes up next to his bike, has a little stretch and then duly rides home. There's an element of true old school about sleeping rough in the countryside - a wholesomeness but also a badge of honour for any die-hard traveler. Find a place, drop the bags and curl up for some kip under the stars. I'm into my last three months of this trip, so now is the time to tick off a few last must-do's.
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... 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 ...
... tacky souvenir stands, and the area teems with people from everwhere in the world trying to "hold up" the Tower. We came here for 2 reasons: I wanted Laura to see this slice of Italy, as she has never seen it, and because I thought my "audience" would like it. Apropos, Laura took a lot of photos for me of every shape and size and from every angle. Then we high tailed it out of that area. During the escape, a guy outside a restaurant filled with ...