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Hey there, sorry to have a gap in the virtual tourist ride. Yesterday, Sunday, we left Portoscuso and headed North on the Island to a fishing port called Alghero – not a small port by any standards – a mix of traditional fishing boats moared in with pleasure craft and charter boats. We traveled along the coast – steep coast for 46 kms from our lunch stop, Bosa Marina to ...
... other long drive this week was to Castelsardo to see elephant rock. Months ago, Abby saw a picture in a Sardinia guide book of elephant rock. When we got here, we realized that this roadside natural rock formation that just happens to look like an elephant is a 4-5 hour drive away. We suggested to Abby that we maybe skip Elephant Rock. We mentioned that is was going to be a very very long drive to see the rock. We ...
... sky and water reflections went from yellows to reds to orange to burnt orange with different sky blues to contrast and engage, then various degrees of browns emerged as darkness took hold thus allowing the moon to participate in natures explosion of magical vision. One that will truly hold its own when sunsets are a topic of discussion. Not to mention the hundreds of photos that were taken. Just who has the best shot, really none will ...
... the mid 20's. The sand is fine and white with the water crystal clear and the most aqua of aqua colours that you could ever find. This place is no secret as we are not on our own. After a light snack and Donny dropping his pants to get changed in front of the cafe guests we hit the beach. M-L knows happy hubby at beach means more sand time so hires a sun lounge fitted ...
... There is a reasonable climb from picnic level to old town and castle level, our estimation is 250 - 300 metres so we tried to imagine the enemies attempting to penetrate this fortress - almost impossible. There is an entire small village that still lives within the castle walls, they drive to parking areas and then walk the narrow lane ways, another world really. The art of basket weaving is still carried out, lots of old italian women plying their trade and selling. The streets ...