Guardia dei Mori
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... picked up as we were anchoring and it was very windy all afternoon. There was another boat in the anchorage (French) with a couple and a baby on it, I thought that was brave! I am full admiration for them. The next day we have continued our way South and anchored off near the Island of Piana. It is the first time since we have been in Sardinia that we are in an anchorage where there are a few other boats, it almost feels,strange not to me on our ...
After breakfast we headed towards a small island off the coast called Sant' Antioco. On the way we spotted a sign with Grotte written with a picture of a cave. We timed it just right as the next tour of this cave was about to begin. We have been in several different kinds of caves over the years including ones in Spain, ...
Today is a traveling day from the southern east-side to the southern west-side of Sardinia. We drove down the Costa Rei, around the point, through the capital again and then on to Teulada via the mountains. We stayed at Hotel Belvedere located about 10 minutes outside of town up in the hills. Of course Em and I hit the pool just as soon as we could and then went for dinner with mom at the hotel restaurant. Em had her usually salami pizza and JJ and I had seafood and ...
... for some improvement in the wind direction before moving across to Sicily. The winds seem exceptionally unhelpful in recent days and seem to blow directly from the place we want to go to. As ever the locals always say it is ‘unseasonal’ but I have given up believing them now and think that quite simply the weather systems are changing.
Given the distances we have travelled, the boat has inevitably suffered a ...
Hola to Ciao – we have been in transit town for the last little while, Spain to Italy.
Bilbao was amazing, our accommodation was tucked in the old quarter, no cars, houses to the streets and Roman style cobblestones – absolutely picture perfect. Eating and drinking houses at every turn, windy streets you definitely want to get lost in. After a yummy "lunch of the day" – including paella and some wonderful menu ...