B&B La Porta d'Oriente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... when I said I hoped that our premium upgrade on the plane was foreshadowing for our trip, this is proof it was indeed. As we are nearing the one month mark it has been obvious how fortunate we have been, things have all fallen into place so wonderfully. I couldn't have asked for a better travel partner and bestie to take this journey with and often feel our good vibes we are throwing out there have been coming back in a very fantastic way. Life truly is ...
... returned to Cisternino and found the fresh fish shop, the man was just about to open and he started to put up all his fish and squid and mussels etc. talk about fresh!
I bought two nice whole fish for dinner and some shelled raw mussels. Well I made some mussel fritters for the entree and fried the whole fish with seasoning and fresh basil for our main. Both a success story with a nice salad!!
From Robyn in ...
... Neil had a caprese salad (buffalo mozzarella and sliced tomatoes). I had an aperol spritz and Neil had a beer.
Then we moved onto our meeting place for the coach. Onto La Citta Bianca, where we climbed up to the Duomo Piazza. Didn't think much of this place, think they just thought of it as they needed to pad out the day. Everyone would have preferred to go back to their Trulli Cottage and have a rest!
Wanted to get into La Cantina but booked ...
Fast sail all the way over to Otranto and even had the fun of Dolphins playing at the helm. Busy shipping lanes overnight kept us all on our toes and Eric plenty of time to practise his lights. Winds were so favourable we headed on South to M.Saint Di Leuca still arriving by 3pm in time for a cocktail on shore before getting Ellis already for next early departure ...
... our 21-24 km pace, then falling back to let someone else lead. After about 35 kms, we entered a WWF reserve called Le Cesine, which was car-free, quiet and beautiful. Birdsong and tire whoosh was all the accompanied our passage through well-tended olive orchards, small ponds and swamps with egrets and heron and sections of local old-growth forest. At the end of Le Cesine, we made our final turn away from the sea for the last 12 kms to our ...