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... from the cliffs almost into the sea. Curiously some lower houses have larger tidal barriers in their doorways than in Venice.
Splurge with trattoria(?) Pasta and wine. Brazilian woman next to me tells me how her gym in the US actually *simulates* famous hikes from around the world, so in a way she's been to NZ's Milford Track. What.
Carbo-loaded. Lucky because this coastal walk is harder than I thought..go up from Monterosso, then flat for a bit, ...
... Sarah were ready. I had been eyeing a mixed fish dish, but was hesitant given my previous prawn fiasco. I asked the server what “mixed fish” were in the dish. Her limited English made it difficult for her to communicate, so I started offering suggestions: salmon? swordfish? No… no… she shook her head to everything. Sarah suggested perhaps it was octupus, clams and such to which the server nodded yes. Those were a safe bet for ...
... attack half way up them! The stairs were very steep and not very well maintained, the only good thing was that most of the stairs were in the shade. Son and I took a fair few regular breaks going up them, but Mr Energiser Bunny just seemed to bound up them like it was flat ground! The scereny was so different each hill you came too. One minute you would be walking through scrub the next rainforest and then the next vineyards. The views were mainly of ...
... first lot of stairs we were stuck behind fat americans who were struggling to stay steady on their feet and breathe. I thought they were going to fall back onto us. Our 2hr trek to Vernazza was Looking to be a 4 hr one. Finally, all the fatties had a rest and we were able to overtake. We ended up smashing the walk in about 1.5 hrs and were super sweaty, shakey and exhausted ...
9am Easter Sunday: I am standing in the sun on the verandah looking out at the bay and the colourful buildings opposite. After the previous day of rain many people were out on their verandahs or looking through their windows. The sounds were mesmerising: the sea crashing against the rocks a short distance below and the Church bell chiming. Just delightful! The aroma of freshly ...