Hotel Don Diego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a relatively peaceful night we left this anchorage and headed for another not too far way. We are currently averaging around 5 miles – not much but at least we are heading in the right direction.
This anchorage saw us pass some pretty major mega yachts including Topaz which is the
4th largest super/mega yacht currently in the world.
The anchorage is in a lovely spot, although very few normal (i.e ...
... just beautiful it is very rolly polly due to the sheer amount of traffic – day trippers, ferries etc. so we decided to move back around the coast and anchor in a delightful bay and just enjoy the scenery.
Monday 24 August
We left Connigiorne and headed back north to Palau where we thought we'd anchor for the
evening. The anchorage was a little tight with a few more yachts joining is in the afternoon. We were hoping to complete a bit more provisioning but ...
... killed us, but by the time we are organised it is close to 11am! We walk slowly down the road;it's so steep you have to lean back to walk down safely. We get to the Devils bridge and take photos on the bridge and looking down. We tell our group that we are walking all the way down below but a few that have knee issues decide to wait it out under a shady tree. The rest of us walk down to the gorge and arrive at the ...
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 ...