Colonna Park Hotel
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... was taken over by three super/mega yatchs – Madame Gu,
Talisman C and Titan.
Ventured into the town to complete some vital provisioning.
There are pockets of the town that look quite interesting but you can definitely see and feel that it is rough around the edges.
One of the problems we, and no doubt others, are facing is the lack of rubbish bins and recycling bins which are easily accessible. There must ...
... supermarket. Found one in the resort but it was closed. Decided to have some lunch ashore, which wasn't bad and then just chilled in the afternoon.
Saturday 22 August
Today moved further east and a little south. The coast line is just something (rewind and
press play!!!). The scenery as we were approaching our next destination is just magnificent – mountains in the background.
Anchored just outside the marina (Connigione) and ventured ashore ...
... water is just the clearest aquamarine and you can see quite clearly to the bottom. We're entering the Smeralda (Emerald) coast.
Wednesday 19 August
The winds were pretty strong during the night so we got up in the middle of it and folded up the bemini which was rattling due to the wind. This gave us the chance to see the night sky which was impressive as well as witnessing another thunderstorm in ...
... 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 ...
Friday 31st July
We went from Bonifacio which is Corsico back to Sardinia and anchored into a protected bay....took about 2 hours to get there.
this is where the crew decided to give us some swim time and get out the tender to give us a ski and anyone who wanted to be towed by the sea biscuit.
We arrived at the bay about 11.30, and beautiful waters, reasonably calm, water temp good.
The crew got the boat out and the ...