0613 Cozy Little Ravine Town (Ita 092—new)
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I continue on east, on a narrow road with cliff on the left and a sheer drop on the right-- but not for long, as soon I come across a valley that cuts right into the mountain, with a sparkling stream and a town that follows it on either side.
I told Patrick not too long ago “I’ll bet you there’s a freeway that’s burrowing right through these mountains here”. He couldn’t believe it. I told him “here in
Sure enough, I was right, here in Sori, the freeway appears for the first time, way up on a bridge at a dizzying height.
Sori is a charming little town, with the mountains and stream giving it a rural, isolated feel, but the 6 storey buildings crammed together on it’s one real street along the stream giving it an ghettoish Old City feel.
I’m feeling pretty hungry, but I don’t want to slow my pace, so I just grab a box of musli granola and yoghurt, pause for a strum on a bench by the stream, stroll down to the boat harbour and past the church with its spire just barely reaching the railroad bridge high above… and continue on my way.