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... also pointed out Monte Cristobalite, and Pianosa. ( Pianosa is the prison island ). Before long, it was lunch as we were delightfully spoiled by Marina's sandwiches .... Each year I wait for this one time Marina spoils us with her wonderful creations. Fish + goodies! and tomatoes, gruyere and prociuto for me. After lunch, I went below, and just fell into dreamland under my duvet. The sun was out, but the mild winds from the North ...
We only have one full day here, a bit like our stay further south at Bonifacio, arrived one afternoon, have a full day, leave the next morning. We are both in awe of this place - it is spectacularly gorgeous. We decided to maximise our time here and explore the local area today. First thing after breakfast, and it is a VERY good breakfast, we walk into the local village. It is a very old village, 900 years and apparently has a great ...
Oh WOW. We have found heaven - think we'll stay. How absolutely gobsmackingly gorgeous can one place be??? We left Bonafacio this morning for what we thought would be a four hour drive up the east coast of the island, across a few mountains in the middle, to our next stop, L'ile Rouse, on the far west coast. Boy, it is spectacular! The drive was shorter than we thought, the roads were great, wide (!!), smooth and with little traffic. We saw a few crazy road signs - a man riding a cow ...
We woke up after a rough night on the seas. The winds had blown about 35-40 knots the night before so the seas were high. The boat rocked quite a bit and it was a little hard to sleep. The good news was that the winds blew away all the clouds and we had great views when we arrived in Saint Florent Corsica, France.
We enjoyed breakfast in the Colannde, then it was off to explore the island on the Patriamo ...
OMG, what a dismal grey beginning, and even end to this day in Bastia, at Port Toga. The rains deluged us in the early morning hours, and never totally stopped all day long. Every time we tried to emerge from below decks, it was only for a moment, before having to make a hasty retreat to the below deck saloon. I must admit, we surfaced long enough to gulp our lunch, and have a few laughs before scurrying below for the remainder of the day. We spent most of the day, studying ...