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We have a flight tomorrow from Sardinia to Trapani in Sicily. We have to drop off the rental at 10.00 am then catch our flight on Ryan Air at 12.10 lunchtime. So we're staying at Eduardo's place at Molentargius again. When we arrived the Pink Flamingo's were there in the estuary again striding about eating shellfish, they don't like us up close trying to get a photo, they just take off flying! We asked Eduardo's advice for an ...
... special folding bits hanging from them which were buried in the sand to stop them blowing away! Never seen that in NZ. I walked down to the water , a very pebbly and granite and quartz beach , a bit ******* the feet! The water was nice , just the right temperature and so clear and that amazing blue. After that we drove home to some Prosecco and my turn to cook dinner. We had the best grilled Mediteranean vegetable dish known to the Med. picture should be there! From Robyn in ...
... day as we wove our way through small coastal villages with no one around and land that had been scorched blonde by the hot sun. Finding our accomodation has always been an interesting operation between us and the GPS! This time the chap actually had a sign on his gate telling us the name 'Residence Villa Giada'. He showed us in, nice with air con , kitchenette and another swimming pool. It was so nice to cool off!!
Efisio told us about a noteworthy ...
... Kevin had Monkfish with tomato, olives and capers accompanied with Mediterranean grilled vegetables. I had whole grilled flounder with roasted potatoes. We shared an entree of freshly cooked baby mussels and clams (cockles) in a lemon an olive oil sauce. All very yummy!
Chilled at home tonight and booked a place in Cabras near Oristano to stay tomorrow night.
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... down the main street which is now a bit touristy but we discovered a great wine bar with tapas. It was very hot so a Prossecco fitted the bill which is a light , off-dry sparkling Italian white, crisp and with a lemon tang, superb. Kevin tried the Baccala which is salted fish. The guy gave us a free taste of some Rioja , a Spanish red - nice.
We ate at home tonight , cous cous and had some Vermentino.
From Robyn in Italy. ...