Hotel Le Golfe Porto
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A midday dock today so plenty of time to enjoy the delights of the ship this morning. We've taken to breakfasting at the back of the ship and its virtually our own private balcony. It's maybe a new tradition. This morning was exceptionally good as we saw 2 whales playing, clear as a bell near to the ship. Bit to quick for the camera unfortunately so lots of pictures of the sea, but the pictures are there in our heads. We moved on to the front of the ship for ...
... each had a small sampling of gazpacho, pistachio cream over cous cous, some kind of custard and a lovely serving of caviar over some other fish roe. They were all delish, as were the cold beers. Eldon's concern is what this little tray of extras is going to cost us.
We went back to the room and rested. Around 1:30 we got out our cheese and ham from yesterday and shared a bottle of wine.
I napped and got ready for my massage.
We left our hotel good time this morning and went into town for breakfast. We each got a pan au chocolate and walked across the street for our coffee and juice.
The drive today was especially beautiful. The roads were curvy and really steep, but the mountain and rock formations reminded us both of Bryce Canyon and even Zion. There was very little traffic, so it was a relatively easy drive. We ...
We had a lovely day of driving this beautiful island. I do think it is by far one of the prettiest islands we have seen. It's very mountainous and everything after that is seascape and beautiful beaches. We'll climb to over 3,000 feet elevation, and in 10 minutes we are at a beautiful beach.
Our hotel was O.K. for the night. It wasn't what we had expected, but I don't think there was much choice for this area, and they ...
... Each time we met a car coming the other way we both had to stop and one reverse until it was wide enough to pass. At the top of the mountain was the village of Sant'Antoninu which has a permanent population of about 30 and has 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Absolutely magnificent. I neglected to mention that Max has hurt two of her toes in two separate incidents so walking is difficult at the moment. So we stayed in the village and had a frappe. This area ...