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... 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 ...
... bottle back, and proceeded to sit on the side of the bed, bear in mind Cait and I were sharing one. She then tries to get in, literally, pulls up the covers. At this point I was laughing and Cait whaled, "Your in the wrong room, this is my bed" to which our mate replied, "are you sure?" um, judging by the fact there is already two of us in this bed, I'd say yes. Yes I am sure. I bought a new water bottle that morning. Now, Cinque Terre. Sort of back tracked a little, ...
... This was most obvious at night, when the day trippers had gone home and the village was quiet.
Many buildings had been condemned, there were a lot of advisory notices posted on front doors and walls, and there was a photo montage to show people the extent of the damage on the morning after the flood. And once your eyes had adjusted, you could see ...
... and Jackie a sore thigh, but how often do we get this opportunity? (Dawn is doing really well with her new hikiing gear from multiple pre-trip visits to R.E.I.) As the cute young man said at lunch at Piccola Blu, "you Trekkers need protein"... we LOVED being called "trekkers"!!!
The following day it was very cloudy and we decided to take the boat trip from CT town to town, embarking at Monterosso and cruising all the way down to PortVenere again, where ...
... Cinqua Terra were amazing. We had early dinner in Corniglia, (pesto lasagne - very rich!) and walked back. The temperature was perfect; the sun was lovely after the heat of the day had passed, and it was so enjoyable. Vigorous, but enjoyable. We finished up the day having wome wine on the piazza at the harbour and watching the sunset.
Saturday, we took the boat to Porto Venere, about a 45-minute ride down the coast. On ...