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Well, to cut a long story short, we learnt once again not to trust these maps for a start. The sat nav found the location, but there was certainly no sign of the farm, or indeed anything that looked like it used to be a farm. Up and down the road we went several times just to be sure, and even checked out some side roads, all the time saying, just around the next corner, just around the next corner, but of course, nothing. So, looking at the map ...
... by the males of the village and it is a way for the locals to raise money for the community. We order a little of everything! We are joined by a young couple on their honeymoon from Dubbo, they too are staying with the lads. We have invited them to join us in the cooking class as well. The meals come out practically all at once in what can be best described as home style. Snails - they look like the garden variety and will take a lot ...
... on. Annette was heading back to her Mum's and Kevin and Barbara headed off to Lake Como and Bellagio. The remaining four of us were heading to Cortona, in Tuscany for what will be our final week of our holiday.
However we had a little drama when boarding the train. We had been warned about the prolific pick pocketing that goes on on the trains in Cinque Terra but I still didn't see this coming.
Our train ...
... it is also beautiful. The whole area is really picturesque, with marble structures and lush, green grass. We had pre-purchased tickets to see the attractions, but not to climb the tower. We didn't really need to as the crowds were not that big.
We started with the monumental Cemetery. This is a quiet, reflective place with very, very old tombs in a large pavillion style building. It has a central grassed and rose area and ...
... Not horrible, but definitely rough for hiking in.
We didn't arrive to Riomaggiore until about 10am. A bit of a late start for the hike, but we would have had to drive through horrendous roads and traffic and then park if we wanted to get there any earlier. We walked around riomaggiore for a few minutes, taking in the beautiful old buildings and gorgeous view of the ocean. Cute towns, but not much to do or see within ...