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Travel Blogs from Oristano
Our last sea day today has been spent with finalizing our excursions for our last few ports of call, competing in my last slot tournament at the casino (and no, yesterday's luck is just that...yesterday's luck), and the last jackpot bingo of the cruise...and no to that as well. Another formal night, one of the last, so as requested...a photo of us in our "not so fine"-ery. It's now time to start thinking about such things as packing ...
... our books by the pool!
Our next stop in Sardinia was a small town on the very tip of the north coast (in the centre) called Castelsardo. We were staying in a tiny B&B in the old part of the town (no vehicle access due to steep inaccessible streets!). This is much more of a beach area. Whilst in Castelsardo we sampled several different bars' take on the famous 'Aperol Spritz' and enjoyed eating breakfast on the balcony overlooking ...
... It was another quaint town and it's interesting to see the girls who work in shops wearing white pinafores. I don't think that would catch on with our checkout chicks - or blokes for that matter.
Oristano was one of the major cities we passed on the way and we had a quick stop at the nearby Marina di Torres Grande but when it comes to grand(e), it was hard to top some of the towns further north.
Towards the end of the day ...
- Back in tourist town.
- Explore with Andrea Sicari.
- Very confusing bus station.
... the crossing to Sardinia. We had 4 occasions when we remained in port/anchorage due to bad weather/swell. We used harbours and marinas for a total of 50 days, including the first 11 days refitting Kerenne in preparation for setting off and 5 days preparing her for this winter. We motored for a total of 220 hours. This was more than we anticipated but we found that the saying that in the Mediterranean you either have too much wind or too little was ...