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... our favorite meals ever. Mark enjoyed a Crab pasta (which he claimed was one of his favorite dishes ever) and he finished it off with a nice piece of Swordfish. I enjoyed a seafood salad which had mussels, octopus, and calamari, I thought my meal couldn't get better...Then my seared tuna came, GAME OVER!
We are about to go grab some gelato as a night cap before calling it quits.
More good pictures tomorrow.
... but couldn’t find it. They wouldn’t be needing it until tomorrow so there wasn’t a bit hurry.
On my walk to the restaurant, I spotted a great photo op and fortunately had my P&S Camera with me. It was a Cat sitting at the window to the kitchen at Ristorante CIAK, eagerly looking at the fish and other “goodies” inside. I'm sure he was most anxious for the Cook to look away for a minute! The Cat seemed to be ...
... And one waiter who said the toursists gave hime the best view while looking down the top of another young kiwi!
Then we did a mixture of walking and training and busing through Corniglia to RIomaggiore.
Some of the villages were more quiet and thus lovely to stroll through.
P and G walked the lovers walk and deposited a lock as you can do! Then had a beer to celebrate reaching the end of the 5 terraces!
... progress in terms of distance or in terms of finding somewhere to stay. We decide to make some progress by hitting the Italian motorway. This reminds me of a Clarkson quote. Everyone seems to be driving like their hair is on fire!
Kerry looks South for an hour!
Come off the motorway after an hour of everyone driving like they've left the iron on. Decide it's time to try the coast again and we are now following Sat Nav to La ...
... weren’t many people there and it didn’t seem as popular as the others, however, it did have a set of amazing vistas, even if it didn’t have that many shops. The reason for the lack of people was probably because its so bloody dangerous to drive to, we suppose half the folk who attempt to visit, fall off cliffs along the way.
Monterosso & Vernazza:
We did really try to drive to Vernazza, but not only ...