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... cave was so beautiful with Chrystal clear water, I’d like that in my back yard. It was discovered by fishermen many years ago, it was also used during the war by the Germans to store U-boats. We explored for 45 minutes before heading back to the Boat. Another 45 minutes in rough seas back to the Port going past the Emerald Princess both ways, I was thinking on the way back wouldn’t it be nice if it could just drop us off at the ship…..
... the laundry was "kaput" but he did print out the address of several others in a town about 20km away - the clothes stayed dirty!
Portescuso is a 'summer' town. Most businesses were closed and we were told they would be open in a month. Nevertheless, we found Torre De Portescuso, a Spanish tower built from local stone in the 2nd half of the 16th century. It was built to defend the nearby 'Su Pranu' tuna fishing plant that is now a ruin still containing ...
... purely from the photos (I later did my research, don't worry, im not that shallow). I had a 40 minute Skype session with the Director of the school. It went very well - I knew at that point he would offer me the job (not to be big headed). 2 days later I had a job offer. 2 more days later I accepted. 2 months later I moved. It was that simple - I thought of it, I attracted it, I got it.
04th January 2015
I sat on the ...
Day 42 - Bari Italy
This morning after no sleep - thanks to the people in the cabin next door we started our day with a wonderful massage at the day spa. The massage was exactly what I needed. We then went for breakfast, then back to the coffee bar where I was served a soy latte without any hostility or confrontation! We disembarked at Bari at lunch time. Bari is the main city of the Puglia Region and the most developed province ...
... are farms where families serve visitors traditional Sardinian food. We were sold. . . Visiting an Agriturisimo was added to our list of things to do while visiting the island. So, Saturday night, we ventured just south of Tertenia, up a steep dirt road to Agriturisimo Cirra for dinner.
We were immediately greeted by the wife and son of the family. The son Angelo was our server. Angelo is 16 and spoke the clearest English of anyone we have met ...