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Today we have returned to Italy and reached Cagliari the capital of Sardinia. It is an odd little place with the old wall city perched on a hilltop overlooking the port to the south and the urban sprawl of the modern city crunched up against its walls on the other sides. The port authorities don't want you walking around the port so they provide a free shuttle bus to take you on a five minute ride to the port gates. From here you step across the road and straight ...
... I would normally say are always fashionably dressed but I have seen some onboard in dodgy shell suits. Additionally they are so focused on how they look, that they have now idea of what is going on a round them and tend to end up in the way when moving around and on and off the ship. And the Americans. Yes most are friendly but they do tend to moan about all things not american and well lets just leave it ...
Today we went to the beautiful little city called Cagliari in Sardinia. When we wandered the streets mum, dad and I found a little crypt next to a church were they used to do pagan worship. We've seen as much under the cities as we have above. Then it was used in world war two as a bomb shelter.
As we wandered further, after the city walls gate, we found a neat bits and pieces shop where I found fabulous cat glasses (see picture). Unfortunately ...
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SAMANTHA! Hope you have a wonderful day.
Of course thd day started with a few hundred steps up the hill to a huge market.
It sold every gype of food imaginable. Different types of snails. Little and big shell fish of various shapes. Large Sparda/sword fish to little green slimy ones.
Of course fruit and vegies, zucchini flowers in abundance.
Called into the odd roman ruin and finished the morning on graffiti ...
We walked one of the historic areas today.
Up lots of stairs to watch towers. The archeological museum, the local council palazzo! It was grandiose, mitcham would give an arm and a leg for such opulence.
Visited the mandatory churches, some with crypts. It stll amazes me the riches and ornate ness of these religious edifices.
Walked down to the port. ...