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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 ...
... as the birthplace of Napolean. Islands have a fascination in themselves, and despite this one not being particularly isolated it is very different to mainland Italy. We left the rich, modern, elegant Principality of Monaco and drove to Milan Malpensa airport to catch our EasyJet flight to Olbia, on the northwest coast of Sardinia. There is good reason we don't fly the orange airline in Australia and these reasons should hold ...
... 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! ...
... probably because the shops which sell these goods (and there is shop after shop after shop) are tourist magnets and so the place was full of tourists - and not just Donna and Paul - unfortunately. So we didn't stay too long although it is a pretty place.
Today we climbed to around 1000 m at the most. And once again it was concentration time for Paul but he certainly enjoys the straight bits which are few and far between.
Just outside ...
... temple ruins we saw were from 3AD. They basically seem to be in the middle of nowhere and you have to marvel at their existence, especially when you consider the steep terrain around it. Also here we saw our first cork tree but not just a cork tree. The person who sold us our entry tickets told us the tree is 10 by 100 years old. I guess that's pretty old in anyone's language.
We drove through Fluminimaggiore (some names are a bit of ...