Park Hotel California
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... small sample is all that is required! There is a rocky outcrop near the jetty and the adrenaline junkies were jumping off this into the sea, it was quite dangerous and took reasonable courage/stupidity to achieve.
Monterosso was the last port we visited. This village was first inhabited in the 7th century until it was captured by Genoa. It has 2000 inhabitants but recently the tourist industry has overwhelmed the agricultural business. We went for a walk through ...
... buildings. Around the edge of the piazza and outside the walls are hundreds of stalls selling all manner of tourist junk. And speaking of tourists, wow! How many people were there?! Many had bright coloured stickers on their shirts indicated their tour group number, and a tour leader walking around somewhere carrying a pole and banner to match. Quite daggy really. But the tower and church buildings where certainly worth seeing. So glad we stopped by. On to ...
... looks crooked! Next I clamber up the side of the mountain as a shortcut to reconnect with the road farther above....into the long, long tunnel... walk and walk... until I come out on the other side, in another province... another segment of this journey. Once again there are several cozy towns in the higher slopes, but there are frazioni not communi--so they don't count as new towns. But by evening I finally reach the provincial core: the beautiful walled city of ...
... the fun of traveling to touristy spots like this is the people watching! Watching people laying on the ground or doing other funny poses for pictures next to the tower was so entertaining. Like much of Italy, the tower was better to look at, pictures don’t do it justice. The gates were closed because it was after hours, so we couldn't get too close, but I’ll post a few so you can check them out!
We headed back to our ...
... We continued on our way and had gone beyond where the helicopter was dropping off supplies, so we could just keep going. But supplies had been dropped off previously on the path, and we had to climb over big stacks of planks and big hessian bags full of rocks and other such things, because they were completely blocking the path. The path was always essentially slope/cliff going up on the right of the path and slope/cliff going down on the left, so there wasn't much room ...