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... We got excited about having lunch on a ferry, eating spaghetti and watching the sea getting blown into longer white crested waves. Now, it's five o'clock and to the north west I have seen Spain. It's nearly time to pack our bags and get ready to disembark. We will travel a short distance from the port to a hotel next to Barcelona Sants station. In the morning we catch the train south to ...
... to the previous couple of places we stayed in.
Tuesday 18 August
Headed further east, in total about 3 miles, after popping into different coves just to sightsee and boy!! is this anchorage something else. A bit crowded when we first arrived but soon cleared of the day trippers early evening. The views are fantastic, brilliant rock formations, islands all around and a view across to ...
... the rubbish removed (one must bare in mind that on a yacht frequently at anchor it is difficult to keep such refuse separated).
In the afternoon a super yacht by the name of Hampshire II anchored not far from us. This yacht is owned by Jim Ratcliffe a billionnaire and he paid £130m to have it built in 2012. Needless to say the yacht had quite a few fit crew and lovely ladies on board.
... the sea from the small dock.
Cala Reale is in the central part of the island. In the Northern part you can reach Cala d'Oliva and in the Southern part you can reach Fornelli.
After walking around in Cala Reale we took a bus (the bus runs during the summer to link the 3 main parts of the island) to get to the Northern part of the island. We passed Cala ...
... Rome, Cagliari was built on 7 hills. The oldest part of the city was built on one of these hills, resulting in stunning views, especially from Bastione San Remy, overlooking the city and harbor. We kept the kids trudging on in search of Torre dell’Elefante, which even elephant obsessed Abigail thought as boring! We had our first taste of traditional Sardinian food (amazing!) before we headed home to Tertenia.