La Musa Guest House
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... and it led to this awkward scene where I, who speaks no Italian and the bus driver, who speaks no English while driving the bus in an entirely enclosed in a plastic casing, had to finagle this. By the grace of the elderly Italian woman in the front seat, she helped me figure it out through hand gestures. It was the sweet young woman in the seat next to me, and all without understanding each others language, that helped me figure out where to get off. It was at ...
... situated in a small valley in the Liguria region of Italy. It is the first of the Cinque Terre one meets when travelling north from La Spezia.
The village, dating from the early thirteenth century, is known for its historic character and its wine, produced by the town's vineyards. Riomaggiore is in the Riviera di Levante region and has shoreline on the Mediterranean's Gulf of Genoa, with a small beach and a wharf framed by tower houses. Riomaggiore's main street ...
... and sunbaking bodies of all ages. Feeling a little vulnerable about leaving my passport to have a swim, but may try tomorrow as its supposed to get up to 30 degrees according to the taxi driver. Heard that Pete's arrived and has met Steve. Wifi problems tonight, so not sure when i will post this. Nice quiet night and not too much scheduled tomorrow.
... eating pizza!! Along comes the waiter and picks up our table. 'Sorry sorry we need more space.' By this time tears were rolling down either through laughing or allergy. Ali: 'Steve' Steve: 'What Ali!' Ali: 'Steve. Don't look to your right just yet. There's a bloody Cocker Spaniel sitting at the table next to us.' Honest to goodness if Basil Fawlty had brought us our Limencello's it would have all started to make sense!! Next time we come we're bringing you ...
... way it capped a great night.
Day 2: Trek from Manarola to Corniglia
After such an amazing night, a trek was required to; 1- burn some kilojoules & 2- see some beautiful sights. The hardest part of the trip however was finding the path to the next town (it would have been easier if the costal track was open, however due to the flooding & landslides of October 2011 that path was closed).
Once we found the correct path ...