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... marked sign off the main road to see a Nuraghe. The road became increasingly rocky as we made our way down a narrower and narrower road. About to give up (again!), Matt spotted what he thought was the top of a Nuraghe, so we parked our car on the side of the road and started the trek up the steep rocky hill I deemed nearly impossible for our little rental car. Our persistence paid off with a large Nuraghe! We were able to go inside and check out the small ...
... ladies, who while they didn't speak English, did very well at communicating with us. It's pretty amazing what can be accomplished with hand gestures and a few words. I filled out a form they had for me in English, and then they copied what I wrote in the spaces from the English form to the Italian form so they could read it. Luckily things had started to move forward, and I've also heard back from my own bank where a formal investigation has been launched. Things are ...
... the director. He told me I needed to go to the bank that owned the ATM and stuck me in a van with one of the welcome staff to take me there.
The bank was in another town completely, Tortoli, and unfortunately the guy who was driving me there didn't know where it was. If you've never been to Italy I can assure you that the roads are not always clear and it's pretty confusing. He stopped to ask for directions a few times and eventually ...
... kinds of jets to give you massages in different areas.
We spent the majority of the day lounging by the pool and did the routine later on in the afternoon once it had started to cool off. The spa was at the top of the mountain, so we found it did get cooler up there before the other places on the resort. It did make for some pretty spectacular views though!
Around supper time we went back down to our hotel within the resort, walking ...
... there was no way to look them up and there was no finding free wifi because all the businesses in the port were closed. So, we did the only thing we could go and just walked with our luggage in tow. Eventually we came across a cafe that was open and I recognized a lot of people from our cruise. Brittany waited by the road guarding our luggage while I went in to ask directions.
One thing I'm not sure if I mentioned or not is that Rome was ...