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... missed the scenic route. Lucky for Graham because we did some kilometers on similar road and it was a nightmare. Road about 5 metres wide and we meet a bloody etsa like truck. Jeff had to get out and direct graham back down the road to an area where the truck could pass.
Campervans galore - should not be allowed on this sort of road. Rocky cliffs jutting out, idiot bike riders and just your regular idiot european driver. I don't know how ...
... about the locals.
Arrived in Santa Teresa di Gallura. Greated in half Italian and french by the 70 yearold lady who's father had started the hotel and restaurant in the town.
Went for a walk to the high points, the marina and the chiesa.
Got our bathers and walked to the beach. Refreshing, the water is so clear and azure blue.
Decided to have a few drinks in front of the hotel before ...
... Bonaparte wed the young Letizia Ramolino and settled with her in the Bonaparte family residence. Napoleon was born there on August 15, 1769, and Lucien, Louis, Jerome, Elisa, Pauline and Caroline followed. After three years spent on the continent from 1793 to 1796 due to the family's allegiance with the French Republic, Letizia returned to Ajaccio in 1797 and had the house both improved and enlarged. Napoleon spent a few days there on returning from Egypt in 1799. He ...
We left Porto Vecchio in the afternoon and drove back to Ajaccio where we started our trip in Corsica. It's a 3 hour drive from Porto Vecchio and Ajaccio. I was excited to go back to Ajaccio as I wanted to spend more time in the this city. I wanted to go back to the market which is held every weekend and also visit ...
... around the centre ville to get our desserts (crepe and gelato).
Early afternoon - the centre ville is busier than early morning, but still not as busy as in the evening, as some vendors close for few hours to have their siesta (break) but there are still plenty of shops, stores and restaurants open. Most of the clothing shops close from 12pm to 2 pm but after that they re-open until 10 or 11pm at night. People tend to shop late in the ...