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Travel Blogs from Sant'Anna Arresi
We farewelled Montenegro and its beautiful land full of c-r-a-z-y drivers today. The drivers in the black Mercs were the worst of all, aggressive and taking the worst of the most unbelievable chances. We handed the Corolla back to the rental car mob - unscathed Paul was quick to point out to them (around 6.8 litres/100 km). He made the rental car woman laugh as he used words and gestures describing how we found Montenegrin drivers. ...
... of the Island of St Peter. (he was apparently ship wrecked here on his travels).
We settled in on a sandy bottom this time and were soon joined by Matador, Yindee Plus and Hai Mei Gui. We all stayed two nights with a Pot Luck dinner on board Cuttyhunk before we parted company. The others headed west to Menorca while we perserveered with Sardinia and headed up the west coast.
... Plus" and "Hai Mei Gui", as well as Matador. All three yachts are heading west and to the Caribbean as well............... it's beginning to look as though we have a convoy!
The weather is not hot, 30 degrees tops, it is windy, we've had rain at night, water temp is about 23 degrees and we are finding Sardinia to be an indifferent sort of a place. Well at least this corner is.
... that I sounded like a witch and she sounded like a princess. Wow. I know my dialect is a bit different but geez louise! They didn't have to put it so bluntly! Anyways, we got back rather late and immediately fell asleep before waking up early to take our flight back.
I woke up on Sunday morning with a sunburn (oh, joy) but we packed up and left early to ensure we would have enough time to get to the airport and situate ourselves ...
Well, the last leg of the tour also just had to incorporate a gradual day-long inch-our-way-south drive which took in as many points of interest as a day would permit, but this was a familiar procedure by now, so careful route-planning was more in the shape of mental than written notes. The first stop-off point was the colourful hillside town of Bosa, which I somehow suspect has been overlooked somewhat by visitors to the island who prefer to stay in ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking