Les Balcons des Airelles
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We left a sunny and calm Riomaggiore on time and without any fuss (apart from my iPhone needing retrieval from our locked apartment). My only frustration was that the ferry service was running for the first time during out stay and we missed our chance for an offshore view of 5T. From La Spezia, we set off with all our satnav technology tuned for a quick exit - however after a single ...
... ingest regurgitated baby food?" We decide we all like the regurgitated baby food and fight over the cerise and abricot flavours. By late afternoon "pass a regurgitated baby food sachet please" is too difficult to say. It's truncated to "baby vomit" and later to just "vomit".
Jonathan and I press on doggedly all day but with 8k uphill to go, I am flagging. Accustomed to public speaking, he turns to give me ...
... a mobile milking setup for 4 cows at a time , which can be moved around the mountain depending on where the cows are grazing. An incredible sight to see! & hear with the cows wearing bells to locate them. We have met the cheese maker & look forward to making cheese with the fresh milk tomorrow A dinner at the refuge of gnocchi & Castel Magno cheese, guinea fowl & some lovely wines ended what was a fascinating day. Looking forward to ...
... It is starting to rain and time to find digs for the night. A few miles more in the direction of the Col de la Bonette (tomorrow's challenge) to the small town of Saint Etienne de Tinee and find the Hotel Le Regalivou.
The room is basic but comfortable enough. It costs €35 B&B each and the restaurant has a pizza oven. We have massive pizzas and turn in ...
... That which was encountered was despatched with relative ease. And then, there we were, up at 2802 metres - some 9000 ft - where we redonned the previously shed fleeces and, in the case of the ladies, zip off legs! On their shorts, obviously! And then a long, long descent before one more col then another run down to civilisation and our hotel! 230 miles, 22,000 feet climbed, fantastic roads, fantastic scenery. Thanks Adrian - 60 years and 1 ...