Hotel Ala Birdi Ribot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... open. Look at the scratches on the sky that aeroplanes have made said Gina. After breakfast more people appeared. A wildling walked her dog on a long chain and her man drank beer all morning. An old brown man sat on a chair in the sun in just a pair of swimming trunks, defying those who sat wrapped in coats and blankets. We lay on loungers and read, from time to time walking around the boat in ...
Saturday 15 August
Left the anchorage mid morning and headed for Stintino some 2 miles away where we
anchored just outside the harbour. Went in to the village for some provisioning and lunch. The village is lovely and the lunch was mediocre to say the least.
In the evening we watched a pretty spectacular thunderstorm in the distance.
Sunday 16 August
The winds today are pretty ...
... 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.
On the 7th of August we left at 8:15 am from Porto Torres.
On board the ferry we enjoyed the sea and its colours and the sight of a few sailboats, which look great in my pictures. The journey took 1 hour and 15 minutes and the ferry docked at Cala Reale. Here is where we met the first donkeys (they're very cute and used to people) and enjoyed a breathtaking ...
... I have learned to expect the locals zooming around the hairpin turns unapologetically inching into my lane while I clench the steering wheel of our little rental Lancia, the gas pedal floored, going only 50 km/h. ( I don’t even know how fast that really is. You’d have to ask Matt, the official converter in the family. He has become a pro at converting km to miles and Celsius to Fahrenheit. ) We have ...