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... and lovely white sand. It was picturesque until dark clouds rolled over with lightening and thunder and rain. Everyone started packing up and running for the cover of the restaurants, cafes and bars. It was a cool scene viewing it all from our table!!
We headed back into Bosa and headed up the castello or the old historic part of the town to see the castle which was easy cos we could drive up most of ...
... one left.
From there we went to the Archeological Museum. This was very interesting. We watched about a 30-minute movie on all there is to see and do in this province. We then toured all the old relics of many eons ago. We saw several headstones, jewelry, pottery, tools and even some tiny little toys. We then just walked around a while looking for some place to have dinner. It was already after 7:00.
... and amazingly I didn’t take any seasickness tablets. As most are aware I have been going to a Korean Acupuncturist for nearly 6 months now, we now know Jimmy’s Acupuncture is definitely doing me some good.
Anyway back to the cave, we entered the cave in the boat and followed a long column of people through the cave, it was spectacular. This was an easy cave to walk around, mostly it was a case of follow the leader. One of the natural lakes ...
... tuna fishing boats. The streets of Portescuso are spotless and the houses well maintained with flower pots by the doors. The locals were very friendly and often asked did we like Sardinia - very proud of their home.
Next morning we headed north to Oristano. Some days on a trip like this are for sightseeing, some are for resting, some are for seeing something new and learning something, some are for mending and washing clothes and some are for ...
... to be quite the disappointment. First of all I walked around in circles as I couldn't find ANY pizzeria.. then I took a few right turns, then a few left turns and stumbled across a tiny little place which had "OPEN" flashing on the door. I was dying for a pizza with prosciutto and chili mmmmmm. "Excuse me, Could I please order a Prosciutto pizza" I asked (I didn't have my Italian handbook on me). The chap behind the counter stared blankly at ...