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... from the first few sentances, there was nothing wrong with my last blog!!!
Unfortunately we had a bit of a disaster. Jeff either got his wallet stolen or lost it. Drivers license was in it. 2nd disaster Ann had left her license at home. Problem with hire car in Sardinia/Corsica.
Samantha email copy of Ann's license, so we were hopeful.
We caught the ferry from Palermo to Cagliari overnight.
Loading was interesting paper passed through ...
... the Carbiniery –highway patrol. The first time we have ever needed our international drivers licenses. Very serious faces and assault riffles kept our giggles in check until we got the all clear. Much laughter in the bongo van as Guido explained that in Italy there are Irish jokes but the Irish are substituted with the Carbiniery. Anyway time to visit a winery and taste some Vertmentino ciao ...
... Rome, Cagliari was built on 7 hills. The oldest part of the city was built on one of these hills, resulting in stunning views, especially from Bastione San Remy, overlooking the city and harbor. We kept the kids trudging on in search of Torre dell’Elefante, which even elephant obsessed Abigail thought as boring! We had our first taste of traditional Sardinian food (amazing!) before we headed home to Tertenia.
... get a little out of control and prepare our antipasti feast on the balcony as the last supper. The sky's big surprise, perhaps a parting gesture commenced at 7.30 pm, because it has been reasonably cloudy since we arrived we had not been afforded this unforgettable experience. Mother Nature gave us a light show that went until 9.30 pm, it is hard to describe the colours as the sun was setting beyond the islands on the horizon ...
... the mid 20's. The sand is fine and white with the water crystal clear and the most aqua of aqua colours that you could ever find. This place is no secret as we are not on our own. After a light snack and Donny dropping his pants to get changed in front of the cafe guests we hit the beach. M-L knows happy hubby at beach means more sand time so hires a sun lounge fitted ...