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We all met at 8am, our group of 8, at the pier and, after spotting our driver for the day, got in our van and headed out to explore Sardinia, an island off the coast of Italy. The port city of Olbia isn't much so we went to more popular places where the rich people go. We went to several small resort villages where the Arabs and rich Europeans spend their summers, sitting on their grand yachts and comparing each others to ...
... the waves was coming up onto deck 11, where the pool is. There were very few people about. I didn't get sick, because I just went to bed and didn't move around at all. At about 8.30 pm things calmed down, and this morning all was well again. We leave here at 4 this afternoon and tomorrow we wake up in Salerno, back on the mainland, and what's more, on the Amalfi Coast. We trust all is well with you. We hear there has been seriously good rain in Canberra. Much love, Lyn and ...
... so engrossed in it that she used up 75 minutes just like that. Then we did some errands (yes, even on the ship).
We took it easy today. Mom had a lot on her mind. We ate dinner later that night, went to a show and then up to the Crow's Nest for happy hour at 10pm. Then back to the room where I finished posting the blog pictures by 12:30am. Got to be up by 6 in the morning for the tour of ...
... we were pleased to share the day with them.
Left a note for Desire’ to arrange for raw vegetable crudités, some cheese and boiled eggs to snack on instead of the raw nuts. Nice to have something on hand after a workout or for an evening snack.
We headed to the Colonnade for lunch when we returned to the ship. Ruth and Jim joined us.
Did Kinesis again today followed ...
Today we drove to Porto Cervo and walked through the marina where we saw huge fancy yachts and stores. A Ferrari cafe, Maserati bikes and cars, and chic boutiques. Then we drove the Costa Smeralda. Ad took our plane to Rome. When we arrived at Rome we met even more family, Zia Lella, her son Paulo and his wife. We drive around Rome and had an overview of the colosseum, The Vatican, and Rome. We had dinner in a street patio where we had delicious pasta and ...
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