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... which is so refreshing on our feet. It had been raining so the water isn't crystal clear like the previous time. We walk through the water to the waterfall and briefly place our bodies against it while shrieking from the cold water! It's so beautifully refreshing and it will keep us cool for our long assent!
The walk back up is tiring and long and our legs and thighs are burning from the walk. We take it ...
Tuesday 28th July.
Stayed moored again today, another windy day. So we hired a taxi and drove to. Little village called Arzachena about 15kms away. We had fun walking in and out of the little boutique shops. This town is obviously a summer destination for tourists, few ancient buildings, plenty coffee and food shops. , We had lunch at a nice Ristorante on ...
Monday 27th July
The weather has turned very windy, so the Captain has said he would not take the boat out of the Bay until at least Wednesday. Jude said it is unusual weather to be windy and choppy seas for this long. So after a scrumptious lunch we ordered taxis to take us to a Sardinia winery ' Surrau' Cellar Door. We were given a guided tour of the Cellar Door and the processing factory.
The Surrua ...
... to the correct gate number,....phew we made it, 9 of us thank goodness. !!!
After a 55minute flight, we arrived at Olbia, in Sardinya where we were picked up by chauffeur to transfer us to "Helena " , the boat moored at Poltu Quolto.
Sardinia is a large Island in the Mediterranean and has 2000kms of coastline. It's has sandy beaches, and rugged ...
... following day when we set off for Corsica or Sardinia. How great it is to just decide where you will end up wherever the wind takes you.
We sailed and motorsailed just under 300 miles and ended up in Bonifacio. It was quite a zig zag trip..... South east when we sailed, north east when we motored!
Do you remember Eric? No, not the engineer, but the bird. Well, his brother/sister joined us on this ...