Hotel San Pantaleo
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... but who can let such great photo opportunities go by? Haha.
We make it to the top red faced and huffing and puffing. We are proud to have completed the climb. Lunch is made for us by the little supermarket. They make us panini with mortadella and provolone cheese and also salami ones. We also buy cold beer in the supermarket and sit down in the town square under some trees wth some locals and eat our lunch. ...
... only maybe for 3 secs. Maurie thought he would have a rip start of the back of the back of the boat, so we all held our breath and bang!!! In the water he went like a Submarine!!!
everyone had such laugh at his expense!!!!...and caught it on camera.
I wasn't going to let the challenge beat me, so I did a deep water start on two skis, got up first time, got my balance and dropped a ski.....consequently got the cheers from the ...
... slope overlooking the town.
We were given a tour of the engine room of the boat by the Engineer Manwell
It has two giant 12 cylinder Mercedes motors, a giant generator, and a Osmosis water filter converting sea water to drinking water . Quite impressive!!!
Dinner that night was ossco Bucco with cous cous salad, a divine sauce on top!!
... their own wine,situated on 40ha of land. They handpick all their grapes. We asked about adding sulphites to their wine, and he said yes they do, in fact if you didn't add sulphites the wine wouldnt keep. So maybe it's the climate why their wines do taste good!!!
At the end of the tour we sat down and sampled the whites and reds. All go the heads us!!! Because there was nine of us, it took a full bottle to give us ...
Sunday 26th July, 2015
Left the hotel by 9.30am shuttle bus in plenty of time to catch our plane. We left Fiumicino Airport at 1pm, very busy!!! We were waiting in line to what was originally our Gate at the airport to board the plane, and when they called that gateway up, we realised they had changed our gate number to go to Olbia.......so it was a mad panic ...