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... well with it being a lot cooler night. After just one coffee we headed to the coast and stopped at a village called 'Cesanatico'. It was a really nice spot compared to the west coast of Italy. The village had a Marina running through it and the beach was quite nice to. It was certainly a popular place as it was packed. We had a good few hours and set off again. At the moment due to a build up of traffic we didn't want to sit in we are parked in a paddock at small village called 'Lido ...
... it be by the final?), but it still feels like progress.
As reported previously, Livorno is not exactly a destination, unless you want a ferry to Corsica, Sardinia or the Greek islands, but head south from there, and the coast gets very rugged and very beautiful with lots of inlets, bays and coves suitable for sunbathing or the usual seaside activities. As we headed down the coast road, we passed literally hundreds of cars parked up at the ...
... tickets. It was getting close to our 2:17pm departure time. Sarah and I made it to the train and you have to validate your tickets on machines on the platform. Mine didn't, or couldn't, get validated but some guy saw us struggling and showed us how to do it. We got Sarah's validated and he starting walking towards the train and told us to follow him. We were confused and nervous with what he was going to do. We followed him because he had our tickets!! He led us to ...
Back home we headed to the bar for a Spritz.
But not for me.....if you have noticed, the bonce has been getting out of control, and as my stylist is 13000 k's away I headed to the local barber for a trim.
Mimmo, said barber, made his scissors sing, I acquired an Italian do, and I was off to join the ladies.
Spritz done, showers all round (separately!) and down to dinner and an early night.....or not.
Dinner was ok, but the ...
... my ‘apprenticeship’.
I’ve also concluded that motor yachts are definitely not for me. There is something really satisfying about washing down, polishing and caring for a sailing yacht which you just don’t get with motor yachts. I as stood on the windscreen of ‘Broadway’ yesterday drying off the water drops while the soles of my feet sizzled on the black glass and I thought, my god! I might as well be washing a ...