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After the insults I received from the last blog I was not going to write again until I was sober!
BUT I thought toughen up!
Just finished pizza from the busiest little pizza shop in Bosa/Sardina.
At dinner last night couldn't work out what the long line was about - it was the locals lining up for pizza.
So our meal tonight for 4 was 4 stage pizza a bottle of local rose', bottle of vermintino and a beer. About $25.
Back to the ...
... stopped at a square lighthouse with high class graffiti and a drove along the scenic coast road. We returned to Olbia airport for a late night flight. Fortunately EasyJet was on time and we made it back to Milan airport car park to find the car covered in ice, the air freezing and the hotel in an industrial estate which made Cath cranky. However, the shock of the cold night at Milan airport could not dull the memory of walking in the mountains of ...
... to get the names of 2 young women who work on the weekly slot tournaments. They were particularly helpful, welcoming and always called me by my name. Quite amazing really when you think of the number of people they encounter every cruise. Now in our third week, there are fewer and fewer entertainment events that we haven't already seen or done, so our evenings are getting shorter. Just as well, because soon it will be back to reality! ...
... he could have used three gears in reverse.
Before leaving town we visited the port surrounded as it is with green rocks. The rocks look really unusual and originally we thought they had been specially covered in something but they are natural.
Our drive today took us on another mountainous tour as we reached Villanova Truschedu. We passed stunning meadows full of blooming wildflowers and lots of cork trees in bloom as well. ...
... and such a beautiful view.
We passed by Buggerru (included here only for its name) driving down narrow back streets narrowly missing someone's washing set up on a portable line. The washing can't smell very fresh by the end of the day. Unlike me, they are not likely to enjoy the smell of sheets dried in the sun.
The historic sign 'Tempio di Antas' meant a quick stop at this historic site where they have found tombs from 8BC ...