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Our plan was to train early in the day to Corrigliia, about 12 minutes away, and then walk to Vernazza before it got too hot, and then for David to keep walking to Monterosso on the hardest and steepest part of the walk.
Because we got to the station early, we got an earlier train, but this passed all our stops and we landed in the last village where the walk is closed. We had coffee and breakfast and waited for an hour for the train back to Corrigliia. We were told ...
... br> At first it was quiet then at about 9.00pm all sorts of people start driving into the carpark, till all hours people are coming and going, so it was a **** sleep too. In the morning we head off and grab a coffee at the first town we see. The coastline goes on and on town after town and we do find a parking spot but not for long, just to stop and take a few photos.
... in Manarola! Since we are on the Ligurian Sea, there are residents who have their own boats, but they also have no yard . . . . Hmmm, where to store the boats?? We found the boats right on the sides of the small streets, similar to the way we park our cars on the streets at home. There are very few cars in the villages of Cinque Terra, so boats become a mode of transportation. Another observation we have made is that there ...
... are spectacular and through olive groves but what goes up must go down and eventually reached Vernazza. This town had a flood through it in October 2011 and they are slowly rebuilding. I came across a guy delivering water to one of the restaurants towards the top of the town and found out how they make their deliveries - a little motorised vehicle with tracks like a tank - definitely looked like hard work. Headed to the station to return to SL and ...
... town (Vernazza) and Al and I caught the train. The final town, Montorosso, is the largest of those on the Cinque Terre and we stopped for a swim at the tiny public beach and had dinner overlooking the ocean before we caught the train back to La Spezia and braved the return journey. Another "interesting" drive back to the villa, with multiple challenges and deviations, resulting in getting back home, tired and relieved, at ...