Baglio Cudia Resort
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... to explore a little bit of Sicily. First we went to Trapani to take a boat to Favignana. Favignana, a small island that you can discover by bike, was amazing. We slept at a camping called Egad wich was super cool. The animation woman was really nice. We were really lucky to have a group with children with down syndrom cause they lightened up the whole place. After Favignana we discovered that we spent a little too ...
... coast of Sardinia is very dramatic with huge mountains dropping sharply to the blue sea but this means that you have to be very certain of the weather forecast before you moor in any small bay since the winds can rush down with no warning. We were lucky and had no problems at all- in fact we haven't had enough wind for Dawson's liking!
So we sailed and motorsailed our way from the top of Sardinia to ...
... learned that this year is going to be the hottest month of July in more than 20 years in Italy. Degrees above 40 degrees are the normal thing now. We seem to go to geo each year on place where there are new temperature records for holidays. It started in Iceland where it was unusually hot, last year in Norway it was unusually hot, this year in Sicily it is unusually hot. This is a nice problem to have when you go north, but here ...
... stop was a farmacie - of course very limited knowledge of english, but we got some help we hope.
Then the trip was relatively easy along the vines, the melons and other vegetables here in the fields. We did some small hills today and then went down to the coast which we followed for most of the trip.
There are two things about biking that make it difficult, that are mountains and that is the wind. The two do not ...
... the tour tomorrow.. Not as challanging as today, a bit shorter and virtually no hills, although a flat road does not exist in Sicily.
By the way the second half of the route which was downhill was a bit of a disappointment as we had a strong headwind and even going down we had to push seriously to move forward.
Talk to you in the coming days, internet and condition permitting. Pictures may follow later.
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