Corte Hotel Cala Dei Pini
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We farewelled Montenegro and its beautiful land full of c-r-a-z-y drivers today. The drivers in the black Mercs were the worst of all, aggressive and taking the worst of the most unbelievable chances. We handed the Corolla back to the rental car mob - unscathed Paul was quick to point out to them (around 6.8 litres/100 km). He made the rental car woman laugh as he used words and gestures describing how we found Montenegrin drivers. ...
Calasetta proved to be a very frustrating anchorage. When we first arrived I had snorkled out to have a look at the anchor to make sure it was well dug in and I was very surprised to see not only was it supposedly so well dug in it had disappeared into the mud completely along with at least 10 metres of chain. This looked great until the next day when we found ourselves slowly moving ...
We decided we would try and catch up with "Matador" and Stu and Steph. "Matador" had been in Marmaris over the winter and although Stu and Steph hadn't spent the whole winter there (choosing instead to go to NZ) we still considered them as part of the "live-aboard in-crowd"
We set off from Cagliari only intending to sail down the coast about 12nm to a place called Pula. But ...
... Google!) More on that later though. We went up through the Old Town and viewed the Cagliari cathedral and the inside of the Royal Palace of Cagliari (only briefly.. actually I guess we weren't supposed to be in the President's room- which we were- but the lady who was supposed to be monitoring the room was talking to someone and we had no idea what we were looking at until she shuffled us away). We then made our way down to the Roman ruins, ...
... alluring as it could get, at least in the realm of uncharted territory and low-profile destinations. The town of San Salvatore is famed for being the location where a fair number of spaghetti western movies were filmed, and the basic layout of the town alludes to this status, though it does not however follow the US model for wild west film settings. The fact that the entire town consists of equal-height buildings around a dusty square and was ...
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