Il Colombaio di Mariva Benucci
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Cinque Terre - 17th -20th May 2012
The Clinch of terror "cinque terror" my freckle would have been going at 100miles an hour too if I
were stacking all those rocks up on the edge of those cliffs that roll right off into the Mediterranean sea...
Cinque Terre consists of 5 small fishing villages. Our first 2 nights were spent in Manarola.
We stepped off the train in Manarola which was so close to the ocean and we were all stunned by the view! ...
... our motivation to tackle the next leg. The trail from Corniglia to Vernazza was just as challenging but was a shorter distance so it took us about and hour and a half. In Vernazza (where we are staying), we crashed. By now it was 4:00 and we had been hiking all day. We wanted to empty some of the contents of our backpack as it had been dragging us down all day so we went up to the room and ended up taking a half hour nap. The promise of ...
... trail was closed due to obvious reasons because the trail no longer existed and was just washed out and looked very dangerous. So off the beaten path we go.
We went back through the second village and found a path that led us through the farmers vineyards and olive fields--it seems that is all that is grown here. The trail was even better, we found ourselves walking through lush green fields which seemed to split ...
... I went down later that eveing to chat to the people staying there and marvel at the double bed inthe kitchen.
Really quiet in the off saeason with a lot of places noteven bothering to open or open reduced hours.
Was sitting outside the only bar in RioMaggore and Jess who I shared a dorm room with in Salzburg walked past. Turns out she's staying in the same dodgy room as me again!
Was lucky there was a bunch of good ...