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... all over our patio area and it was so pretty. I definitely wish I could bring one of those trees home with me, but I don't even have to check to know that wouldn't be allowed.
We managed to book a shuttle directly through our resort that would take us to the Cagliari airport (about 2.5 hour drive) and from there we got a taxi from the taxi stand by the arrivals that took us to our hotel in Cagliari. It was by far the easiest transportation day we've had all trip.
... and has read 7 books so far, which is pretty impressive if you ask me.
That night when we got back to the hotel, the director and the front desk staff were there, wanting to know how it went and if my ATM issue had been resolved. I told them no and they quickly made some calls and arranged for me to go back the next day to meet the bank director. I wasn't holding my breath that it would be effective though.
Luckily that ...
... were just loose (like the boars) and you could pet others, like the donkeys. My favourite were definitely the boars and I got really excited every time we would leave the spa to walk back to our hotel to see if the boars were out. There were a couple of mama boars and a whole bunch of screeching baby boars that would chase her.
At the spa there were so many different amenities aside from typical spa services. There was a routine you could do in full ...
... they offered luggage service in their golf cars (which they drove around far too fast if you ask me).
They escorted us to our region of the resort in a golf cart where we encountered a little bit of trouble checking in because they didn't know how to use credit cards. It was about 6:00am by the time we arrived though and they did have a room ready for us, which we appreciated more than they'd ever know. They also told us that even though ...
... but "Gratsi"... were very welcoming, helpful and helped me be more decisive about my meal choices when I couldn't decide...aka they chose for me. In italy so far I've tried some interesting foods which include but not limited to: -
- Melon and Procuitto (yes what a weird combination but somehow works)
- Sebadas, which is a sardinian cheese pastry with various fillings. The one I had was citrous and honey
- Numerous pizzas, and I can eat ...