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... so we've decided to leave and sailed to Torre Grande. There we stayed on a buoy for the day and the night. The next morning the weather forecast made us move towards the town of Torre Grande. The wind was supposed to be in the North East force 6 and in the end it was all over the place and not strong at all but that was fine. After having to anchor twice because the first time we were too close to the beach (less than 200 meters from it) ...
... likely at breakfast time! Then some small sweet pastries: marzipan,orange cake,almond macaron and a sticky fruit cake with hard icing. Strange but interesting . After this our waiter bought out a myrtle liqueur each. Myrtle is a local type of berry which is used in a lot of Sardinian foods from jams to cheeses etc. We walked back to the car , we have noticed quite a few refugees from Africa, they are all on street corners trying to ...
Today we got up and decided to just go into a smaller city nearby, Oristano, probably the third largest city here in Sardinia. GPS got us in not too far from the Tourist info centre which was a good start. We walked around the place all morning, very hot ,ended up sitting in tourist centre air con deciding what to do this afternoon! Well naturally we went to the beach to test out the Mediteranean. It was an extremely gusty and wind blown day, everyone at the beach had an ...
Drove from Alghero down to Cabras, through Bosa where we stopped for a coffee in the heat. They fell over backwards giving us good service and the coffee was pretty decent too!
Did I say the weather was very hot! Couldn't wait to be back in the car with air con! We took the coast road and it was very scenic, stopping along the way to take in the Mediteranean sea which looked so blue from every angle splashing against the quartz white sand.
It was a nice ...
... Looked like it was on private land now, not a public space anymore, what a shame!!!
So took a picture from side of road, you should see them.
We carried on to Bosa, a small town on the west coast by the sea where we had some lunch at one of the beachside restaurants. People were passionately sunbathing in the mid day sun amidst a mass of brightly colored umbrellas, against blue sky,the ...