We leave Vernazza, described as the prettiest of the five hamlets. Drunken-sailor buildings lean against each other, hanging on .....
In the dry stone wall a shrine of Mary. I love the reminders of religion or rather for me, the mother, in the middle of the walk, she's everywhere in this beautiful place, bountiful and generous
Isn't this a fabulous view of Vernazza- postcard perfect
It's an easy walk with much of the walk protected with good railing.
My heart belongs in Corniglia..
We are getting closer to the hamlet
I love their philosophy!
I start with the local Limonata, made from the lemons which grow everywhere, it's refreshing and delicious.
The prettiest, kitcheist shops...
The flowers are a delight.
Gelato! Everyone eats Gelato, all day, everyday, people walk around the hamlets with cones or cups.
Driftwood is used as decorations everywhere in the streets.
We walk to a look out point and Rob has a fit when I take this photo... What if I drop my camera...?
The ferry boats have begun their trips betwee villages. The tramontana wind has brought calm waters.
And this time we go down the 365 steps....
The crowds are too much for us. We have been spoilt arriving "out of season". Everyone has come to the Cinque Terre over Easter...
Another drink and we head for home- Casa la Andrea. It's been a fantastic base for us for 8 days.