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... varieties. She is extremely informative: I already know a little about wine and its production but I learn heaps. Her family took over the land about 20 years ago after the original vines and olive groves had been abandoned for many years. They mostly had to replant everything, but managed to save and nurture the best of the established plantings. Today it's just a picture, including a gorgeous (but quite expensive) accommodation complex. The ...
My time with Lucia in Sardinia was amazing. We started the night out in Alghero where we ate one 1 meter long pizza, without skipping a beat, in this really cool Jazz Pub. Mama Mia! It was soooooooo good! The next morning, still completely stuffed, we set out on a much needed hike in Cala Dragunara with her friends Claudia and Rita to see the Isola Foradada, a huge limestone rock with a large cave. It was beautiful and so good to be out in nature and walking. ...
Day 22 - Porto Torres, Sardinia:
got off the train and the hotel Jana found on her phone was right
there. We dropped our stuff off and went to a bar. They said they served
food at 7, so we had some wine and beer waiting. At 7 they said they
serve food at 8, so we drank another liter of wine. They were giving us
some finger foods while we were there. At 8, they said we needed to go
upstairs for food, so we finished our drinks and ...
Time was ticking on the Sardinian escapade, for as the children kept reminding me tomorrow we were to set sail.
We were determined to make the most of our little time though, which began with tennis lessons from Rudolfo, then a swim in the pool and more games there with the youth team, this time creating a pretend fruit machine of humans.
The kids stayed by the pool while I went for a final visit to the thermal river getting a good swim around in it, which was so ...
... pushed Ellie in the water and was swimming after her, trying to get her to join in the diving lessons that Rosina was now involved in.
There was a ball throwing game to win an aperitif and a kayak tournament that Rudolfo persuaded me to join in.
The kayak man who had noticed us on our days at the thermal river, having taken his clients there, was happy to see me. There had always been smiles ...
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