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... several times... This language barrier can be quite the issue sometimes but she was sweet, the nicest Italian I'd met yet and it made me miss my grandma and grandad. I had no idea what to expect with Levanto as it was purely a base for my Cinque Terre adventure, I was pleasantly surprised though it was a nice little beach town, it has a real Italian holiday town vibe to it - lots of Italians and very few tourists (compared to everywhere else). I guessing this is because ...
... considerably, it was quite a buzz.
The following morning we headed out to check out the five ancient villages built into seaside cliffs known as Cinque Terre. Amazing for us Aussies to visit buildings that were built in the 1100's. Apart from quite a lot of tourists these towns seem to be frozen in time. Mind boggling to imagine how they must get in their basic supplies or move heavy items into their homes. Some of the towns don't even have access ...
... yet amazing photos along the way, and this is definitely a must-see of Italy! Had lunch and a swim in Manarola, and couldn't believe how clear and blue the water was. You only expect this in N.Z, but it was incredible here as well. With a planned dinner back in Fiumaretta at 8pm, we moved on to Riomaggiore, by ferry. This was also a great experience as you can view the bays from the ocean. Didn't have long here so found the nearest bar, and downed a coldie. Train back ...
... Hungry and a lot of Germany are now out of the question. Mainly due to the train lines, and the fact they are under water. So have decided to spend a while longer in Italy, and the sunshine! Heading down to Sicily and we'll see what the trains are doing after that! All the while I have the map and train service updates out, Cait was more concerned that she had turned everything pink, as she washed her red towel for the first time. Rookie error. I only have darks as ...
... up Cinque Terre. It was a hot one for them as they didn't get going until around noon, but they say it was worth the hike. As my feet were/are still in the healing process I decided to take an easy day at the beach (by beach I mean HUGE boulders you can lay on alongside the water... Much better than the small stone beaches of Nice), did some laundry (yay for clean clothes!!!) and planned to take the ferry to meet the guys at the next town over for dinner at ...