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Very uneventful nights travel.... Waited in Corfu Port for Ferry, only 2 hours late, so of course late in Bari. Lucky we didn't book train tickets..... found an Aussie couple to talk to, he was a Harley Mechanic in Perth.....:) of course Merv put **** on him.
Train trip was good, as fast train..... though train station was hectic as arrived about 5pm....not so good....ended ...
... our return strategy and decide to take the mountain road through the centre and loop back round – it’s a long drive – but one we thought would be rewarding and well worth it – we were right.
We while away hours which seem like minutes and stop regularly for periods of time to drink in the wonderful views. When we finally decide it’s time to loop back it was early evening, with a long way to get back ...
... beach and then we had some water and hiked back to town! UGH! After our hiking experience we were ready to go boating again and that is what we did the next day- back out on the boat in the early morning and another perfect day at our private beach down the coast. Our time in Sardinia is winding down and we left Cala Gonone to drive south along the coast to Cagliari to catch our flight tomorrow to Milan Italy. Along the way we stopped in the ...
... to the beach to a live music venue, then into a beer garden where we had a selection of drinks.
The darkness could have been a problem for seeing our way home, but for our froggy keyring, which let out a light while making a rainforest frog noise.
The sleep in the car was quite comfortable this time.
Its something we would have to do more as we had spent vastly since being here and now needed to economise.
... to stop and admire them.
We saw two more nuraghi's on this day.
The first one was a hilltop, uncared for nuraghi, on which were living the local goat/sheep/mouflons.It was reached only by a long rough track. There were no other people around and no entry fees. The goatees there were being looked after by a big dog, as they all did seem to be in Sardinia, and they all ran off as we approached.
That nuraghi was called Corongiu and was close to a village called Nurri. ...