Bungalow Club Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Teodoro
... are so big we all comment we should have shared them but we manage to finish them. Let's face it we are now accustomed to eating copious amounts of food! We chat to a few of the young local boys who have stopped for lunch and they are fascinated by the fact that we have come all the way from Australia. They are impressed and curious at the same time. It's a great little village very picturesque with friendly ...
... slope overlooking the town.
We were given a tour of the engine room of the boat by the Engineer Manwell
It has two giant 12 cylinder Mercedes motors, a giant generator, and a Osmosis water filter converting sea water to drinking water . Quite impressive!!!
Dinner that night was ossco Bucco with cous cous salad, a divine sauce on top!!
... their own wine,situated on 40ha of land. They handpick all their grapes. We asked about adding sulphites to their wine, and he said yes they do, in fact if you didn't add sulphites the wine wouldnt keep. So maybe it's the climate why their wines do taste good!!!
At the end of the tour we sat down and sampled the whites and reds. All go the heads us!!! Because there was nine of us, it took a full bottle to give us ...
... with baked finger potatoes and Veg's accompanied with a beautiful sauce. Dessert was apple tart with homemade passion fruit ice cream and yoghurt. There is a fabulous Chef on board the boat and if that is an indication of his meals, we are in for an absolute treat!!!
We are very grateful for Judy and Pip Mitchell's invitation to join them on the boat.
... 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 ...