Manarola (Cinque Terre, Italy) 2015 In October, I spent 5 nights in Manarola- my favourite of the Cinque Terre. I spent most of the week getting over what I am thinking was some sort of flu/virus but was still able to get out every day and explore. Even though my legs burned and I needed … More My Favourite Walks: Manarola
Manarola (October, 2015) The Cinque Terre (or five lands) has been a major tourist attraction/destination for locals and tourists travelling through Italy. With its towns growing out from the sides of cliffs surrounded by vineyards, as well as its seemingly endless hiking options, the Cinque Terre is a must see. However, it’s about to become a little tougher … More Changes Coming to Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre (October, 2015) In my last post, I talked about my worst mistake in 2015. In this post, I want to bring back some “positive vibes”. So here’s my best moment in 2015 (travel related).
Manarola, Cinque Terre I think Italy was always a country at the top of my list. Without a doubt, my first trip back to Europe would have to involve at least several weeks here. 25 days later, and 7 destinations crossed off the list, I think I have gotten a fair look at the country…
Manarola: If I was a poet, or even a real writer, I’d write about you. We’ve had a good fling, but now it’s time for me to move on. I like the way your waters tease me (ohhhhhhh, stop!). I like the way you cook for me. I like the way you trick me into … More Manarola: Cinque Terre
Today (October 9), I made the long anticipated hike into Vernazza…
I started my Cinque Terre adventure in Monterosso (Oct 8-10).. As I have already said, once I pulled into Monterosso, I had no guilt over skipping Genova. Monterosso is probably the most resort-like of the 5 towns making up the Cinque Terre. Before I arrived, I had the mentality that I would hate it because … More Monterosso: Cinque Terre