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Boat trip part two

Riomaggiore

Hope you can see the houses and farms clinging to the mountainside – unimaginable to live there

Il Bruce

Porto Venere, where the boat stopped for us to load another the other boat, for a tour around 3 islands

Old castles and amazing rock formations

 And of course, everywhere, churches, even in the least likely places. And virgins on buoys in the water.

Bruce’s wonderful lunch of the freshest fish soup in a fantastic fish restaurant on the waterfront

 I took a few bites of the plainest pasta imaginable. So sad. What a waste!

This is the place BK and I are meant to dine tonight if my stomach settles – on that balcony, right on the water, watching the sunset.

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I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.

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