Forte Village Resort - Hotel Castello
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Monday 7 September
morning, after being thankful we had moved to this side of the cabo, we headed abit closer to Cagliari. The current plan is to be there tomorrow and basically get there ready for the winter.
The anchorage we chose is indeed picturesque.
Tuesday 8 September
Got a final sail in for this season. The passage to Cagliari was along a pretty coastline ...
Caglari Visited nearby eastern beaches. Driving involved negotiating hairpin turns climbing and descending the hills along the way. Not the most relaxing drive, but picturesque nevertheless. A delightful lunch of pear and cheese and walnuts was superbly presented - sorry I did not take a photo. Coming home got lost but ended up surveying the engineering works of recently constructed tunnels. Home for an early ...
... on the sand of the beach the restaurant overlooks umbrellas and banana beds with the beside the sea, Something we have seen on films but not experienced so much in real life. Ricardo and his wife were very generous in giving of their time and their food, It is delightful to hear the Italians speak the language to me can sound so musical and can be spoken with such passion. My inability to communicate was keenly felt on my ...
... sea. A similar fate has befallen the ancient Phoenician and later Roman city of Bithia near Chia, situated not far from Nora. Bithia is now completely submerged. A significant part of the town of Nora has not been excavated and is situated on land belonging to the Italian Army. The ruins of Nora function as an open-air museum, and the remains of the theatre is occasionally used for concerts in the ...
... du temps. On Monday morning we have left Porto Pino to go East and ended up in Malfatano. Once again we realise how more popular the South East of Sardinia is compared with the West coast. Indeed, there are another 12 boats in the anchorage. We didn't do anything special whilst we were in Malfatano as it was very windy and we spent most of our time working on board. J has tried to find out the problem we have with the rudder and it looks like we need a new ...