Hotel Casarossa Beach - Sporting Club
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A 4am start and no wind but flat seas. We tried to sail but not enough wind. We motor on making good way and weather seems all good so decide to miss out going to Crotone and head straight for Sicilly another 120 miles as everyone up for another night sail. Boys have a sleep and Sal and Alison take watch, it's so calm Alison even does her gym session in the cockpit. About 5pm things change...... winds get up, seas get lumpy ...
If I thought yesterday was a lazy day..... Well, today was even lazier for me. Jacques and Marina were readying Millie for an 18-hour run to Taormina tomorrow. Four loads if washing were being dried very quickly in the winds that were whistling thru Crotone. Me, I had caught up in all my laundry, so I just read or should I say finished my book, in a heap of tears. Now I am having withdrawals and sadness, missing my characters, having been attached to them for ...
... there was no place in town we could imagine ourselves eating ). A quick second glass of wine, before saying goodnight. The wind was starting to pick up, so we quickly retreated to below deck. Trying to sleep with the ever present one mosquito, drove me topside to sleep on deck under the glow of the very bright harbor lighting. At least there were no mosquitos.... Clouds again... No star gazing.... ;ᘐ ...
... of Italy, and the rest of the foot. ( The distance was only 60 miles which took us 8 hours yesterday.... Today, with the seas it took us almost 12 hours. ) Jacques made a terrific dinner of carbonara, and we washed it down with "turkey" wine. After dinner,we could see the electrical flashes off in the distance. So now star watching thru the cloudy/darken sky. Bon Nuit... ;ᘐ 4;. ...
... resides and the Belvedere square that was designed for a previous Pope to enjoy. The gardens were lush and an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. There was a very unique statue that depicted fertility and they weren't sure if they were eggplants, mangoes or teats hanging around her waist. The tapestries are washed every 20 years and are made using gold and silver thread. There was some artwork that looked like actually statues were on ...