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... family, I could feel the love he had for them. It gave me a great feeling about the culture. I don't care what Hertz Hire say, this man was an angel. I spent the rest of my journey eating a whole packet of gorgeous chocolate covered biscuits, with my headphones in, looking out the window and pondering. So relaxed and excited for my adventure.
When I arrived in Cagliari - I had to get a further 2 ...
- Gum trees
- So many Brilliant stars, with shooting stars that must have been quite close as they were so big, bright and long.
- Stories of bandits kidnapping children and cutting off their ears.
- Gina and Tullio - Cristina's lovely parents (and our's too for the week).
- San Salvatore which is like a western town - western movies have been filmed there.
- Hiking up sand dunes to ...
... Today we stopped at Port Torres, Sardinia Italy and kids (after a late night) decided to sleep in and prepare for waterwars at Club Popi. Al and I left them and headed to shore to explore. Very quite little town with beautiful beaches and a small white church on the edge of a cliff looking over the ocean. Very Mumma Mia style. A look through town (10minutes) then coffee before heading to the ...
... I turned around and pulled into something that had a large map of the area with sites and photos of the sites. we looked at the sites and really didn't see anything that we wanted to try to find. So what we had was a really nice hour drive in the sometimes rain in the hills and rocks.Set the GPS to find its way back to Palau and started following it. Passed a site that said there was a fountain so I pulled over and turned ...
... you can't resort to your mother tongue, but it's also rewarding as I've been forced to pick up some language, I've met interesting people, and I'm obviously not in a touristy area. That is the difference between being a tourist and traveller I suppose. The reward was a glass of chilled Pinot Grigio in the village square in the fading golden sunlight of the early Sardinian evening. Worth all the angst I'd ...