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... Olbia for a look see as it was only a couple of miles away.
On the way we passed “Maltese Falcon” a Canadian yacht which has provided some really
good info on anchorages in Italy etc., which we have found extremely useful. Took a photo and are hoping to pass on our thanks.
Whilst there we decided to stay especially as there is a substantial supermarket not
ar from the town quay.
The town quay, which ...
... across the horizon to squeals of delight and encouragement for greater speed, copious rosť, mouth watering seafood followed by delectable desserts, cracking vistas across land and sea, reminiscing of days gone by, lots of laughs and lots of love. And a play list that could rival Paris Hilton … wait a minute … ( inside joke).
For all of us it was a great taste of what is to come when we return to Sydney early next ...
... not to be with the supermarkets not being well stocked and expensive. We decided not to stay and went back to
an anchorage just before Connigiorne.
Tuesday 25 August
In the morning went ashore hoping to find a supermarket but there wasn't one. At least we got rid of some garbage and recycling (although the yachtclub, being private, did not seem best pleased with us doing so). Took the dinghy and went back to the main town and completed some provisioning.
... water is just the clearest aquamarine and you can see quite clearly to the bottom. We're entering the Smeralda (Emerald) coast.
Wednesday 19 August
The winds were pretty strong during the night so we got up in the middle of it and folded up the bemini which was rattling due to the wind. This gave us the chance to see the night sky which was impressive as well as witnessing another thunderstorm in ...
Today we are going to Civita to see the Devils Bridge and also il Raganello the gorge in Civita. It's about a 40 min drive from Fagnano and is part of the Pollini mountains which is a national park.
We park the cars and begin our decent. I had advised everyone to wear comfortable shoes as the walk is a long and steep one. We didn't want to do the walk in the heat of the middle of the day like last time as it ...