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... to the town.
This morning we caught the train to Firenze (Florence) via Pisa. Cinque Terre was every bit as wonderful and even more as I remembered it. They say, you always leave a little part of you when you travel, and I have definitely left part of me on the Ligurian Coast. I didn’t get to see half of what I planned, there are still monasteries and vineyards in the hills to explore, Manarola ...
... Festival, and also puts on a big wedding party, Medieval style, called the Torta dei Fischi, an opulent event that re-enacts the marriage festivities of Count Fieschi with the Sienese noblewoman, Bianca de' Bianchi. The elaborate celebration includes period costumes, an impressive parade on horseback, and Medieval events like flag-throwing and jousting. It culminates in the cutting of the torta
(cake) for all to enjoy!
... at 18.00 and headed for Lavagna, where I arrived at 20.00. My friends Joakim & Ebba welcomed me there with a few drinks and a really nice italian mix plate of ham, cheese, pesto, focaccia... really good stuff! We then went out for a beer (like every night so far :) Lavagna is a really small town with no tourists whatsoever, pretty nice with a calm night though! Distance traveled: 290 km Distance so far: 3870 ...
... it because it was written in high-end old English and I just couldn't keep up. Mentally repeating every fifth word of a book in some feeble effort to understand the previously unheard of collection of letters tends to take the flow out of reading somewhat.
Spending quality time with a dictionary has been on my to-do list for sometime and once I have, I'll find another copy of the book and it's sequel and finish them. Giving up on it wasn't an easy decision because it's ...
... The Kiwis went off to find out more about our walk along the coast whilst the rest of us slumped happily in the sun.
Their return heralded bad news, the path was completely shut due to landslides caused by large amounts of rainfall, we were to be taking trains to all the different towns rather than hiking. Although this was a huge shame little could upset the sublime mood we were all in but in consolation we felt it was only right to invest in ...