Italy: Rowing Cinque Terre

Cut and scraped from retrieving another fouled anchor, Hansen's ready to hit Lake Como. (Courtesy, Eric Hansen)
Cut and scraped from retrieving another fouled anchor, Hansen's ready to hit Lake Como.

Cut and scraped from retrieving another fouled anchor, Hansen's ready to hit Lake Como.

Looking back at the walking path between Levanto and Monterosso. "Not ugly," says Hansen.

Looking back at the walking path between Levanto and Monterosso.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


"Hot. Very very hot," says Hansen. "But J.D. and Strefugio off to a good start."

Strefugio off to a good start."">
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


Riomaggiore. One of the towns that started to look to Hansen just like the four others.

Riomaggiore. One of the towns that started to look to Hansen just like the four others.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


"Cute old women, laundry, and some kind of fruit tree," says Hansen. "Three thousand other tourists probably snapped this photo as well."

(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


The warf at Vernazza early in the morning.

The warf at Vernazza early in the morning.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


"Ohhh, but the water was bathtub warm," says Hansen.

(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


Manarola. "A highly recommended gelato stop," says Hansen.

Manarola.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


Vernazza, on a calm day, i.e. before the Giro d'Italia crowds arrived.

Vernazza, on a calm day, i.e. before the Giro d'Italia crowds arrived.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)


A view from an apartment in Monterosso.

A view from an apartment in Monterosso.
(Courtesy, Eric Hansen)

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