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... ripromesso di degustare.
Assaggio la Carapigna, il gelato di montagna e la birra Bir's, prodotta qui ad Oliena.
Il Supramonte, qui ad Oliena č una presenza continua. Lo si vede, bello e maestoso, da qualsiasi vicolo.
Incombe massiccio anche durante il mio ritorno a Dorgali, peraltro noioso. Detesto rifare la stessa strada due volte.Alla sera mi ripresento al bar/ristorante.
La novitą della sera sono un gruppo di motard molestissimi che ...
On the Sunday morning we stayed around the beach and campsite.
We had a good swim there, then headed off northwards along the coast road passing the environs of Baunei which we were now familiar with.
We had a grand picnic on the scenic mountain road at the midpoint of two tunnels.
Then, on our way we went, returning to Cala Gonone to repeat our sleep in the car there, in exactly the same location.
So there we were in Barumini.
We ate one of those ridiculously unhealthy unsatisfying continental breakfasts, ugh, all white bread cake things and Nutella, but at least we got to drink chamomile tea with it. Georgie threw everything he could get his hands on upon the floor.
At our table we had light and fleeting conversation with a gentleman from Italy who now lived near Monaco.
Our tour of the Barumini nuraghi was a guided one, in a group of Italians and all ...
On this day, after all those Goloritze exertions, we took it easy, lying around in the olive grove reading Harry Potter and playing cards.
We made two little trips out into the surrounds of the Golgo plateau.
The first visit was to the San Pietro church that faced our camp from some distance away. It was an isolated spot on which to put a church, and had simplisitic ...
... in refreshing shade. My energy reserves had already been used up from the trek earlier and the swimming, and now carrying the weight of my sleeping George I only made slow difficult progress. Rosina struggled too, but as for Eleanor she went shooting off ahead.
An Italian family, with a little girl, gave us some sweet orange juice, the sugar energy of which helped us along for a while. Though soon enough we were back to trudging along ...