Degli Haethey Hotel
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... home made pizza. It was considered a "white pizza" as it had no tomato sauce. One side was mozza, smoked cheese and mushrooms, the other was mozza, Gorgonzola and walnuts, amazing. We went walking around the town at night, had a few drinks at some cute bars and then attempted to rescue a sparrow on the way home. We believe we did save this little one who couldn't fly when we reached it as it flew away by the time we awoke in the am. The next day Nadya and ...
... items are extremely boring or too rich or too sweet!. I just don't understand the attraction whatsoever to any of this stuff so I avoid it!! We have had some atrocious coffees too and some goodish ones.
After lunch we realised the main shopping centre of town would be closed again so no point going although we did wander a bit in the general direction through a park with a fountain and the refugees from Africa ...
... we found another one around the corner and booked in there for 8.15 pm and made our way back to our cafe for a bottle of prosecco before dinner. I ordered a secondi course of veal as Neil did with mushrooms, and Helen had a pasta, but I really didn't enjoy the veal, think I will stick to pastas. The food in the South is very different to the Northern fare, and I think so far I prefer the Northern Italian food.
Back to the trulli cottage, and so to bed.
Fast sail all the way over to Otranto and even had the fun of Dolphins playing at the helm. Busy shipping lanes overnight kept us all on our toes and Eric plenty of time to practise his lights. Winds were so favourable we headed on South to M.Saint Di Leuca still arriving by 3pm in time for a cocktail on shore before getting Ellis already for next early departure ...
... screened and got the bikes organized, but another absolutely perfect day, beautiful clear skies and low 70s to start. A quick tour past the Otranto waterfront then out into the country, and a little off-road path past some beautiful lakes. The GiroLibero team has done an absolutely spectacular job of taking us through beautiful Italian countryside on untraveled back roads and bike paths (percorso cicloturistico). Much of time, it was safe ...