Hotel Stella 2000
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It's been a busy week in Sardinia. . . Boat tours, Scuba Diving, National Parks, Beaches, and of course a lot of gelato!
The Eastern coast of the island is dotted with beaches, caves, and coves only accessible by boat, so on Sunday, we boarded a boat to see the limestone caves, towering cliffs overhanging the sea, and some of Sardinia’s most beautiful beaches. We had to wake the kids up early to be at the harbor by ...
... had clams or mussels everyday and am yet to be sick of them. Town is lovely and safe so the boys are able to go exploring on their own and find the best gelati they can. Boys are having a pre dinner drink and a game of cards and Mum and I now have extra shoes to pack in our bags after a little "shopping". Time to spunk up for dinner – off to Cagliari in the morning.
... sure I send one more, this time correctly :) 3. Fall in love with myrto, a blueberry liqueur. 4. I travel down south and discover some amazing mountain scenery in the Gennargentu range. 5. I settle for a quiet hotel in lovely Cala Gonone on the coast (now almost a ghost town before ...
... cosy restaurant in Santa Teresa Gallura and find the men's room window opening directly onto the dining room. And wide open. The dining room was full of noisy French tourists so I was half tempted to leave it open. But I didn't :) 7. I remove the last one of the ECG suction cups from the hospital - neatly stuck to my back (must have been hilarious to people on the beach ;) ...
... parking lot. They come out of nowhere... I'm terrified, they smile and are pretty nonplussed. We shake hands and go our separate ways... 6. I dive again, this time at Porto Pollo. Corals and gorgonian fans are amazing, lobsters too. But it's cooooold... And I give up after the first dive. 7. I manage to lock my keys in the car. Helpful Philippo from dive shop calls the rental company and after a half ...
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