Hotel Villa Pimpina
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Peter writes …..
Well, the journey into the Med went reasonably well although we did travel a total of nearly 1200 miles to get to Gibraltar albeit that the direct line is about 950 miles. Our longest tack was about 230 miles!!! I have to thank John and Steve very much for their company and help along the way.
We have travelled several hundred miles into the Mediterranean now and are currently on the SW of ...
Hola to Ciao – we have been in transit town for the last little while, Spain to Italy.
Bilbao was amazing, our accommodation was tucked in the old quarter, no cars, houses to the streets and Roman style cobblestones – absolutely picture perfect. Eating and drinking houses at every turn, windy streets you definitely want to get lost in. After a yummy "lunch of the day" – including paella and some wonderful menu ...
... his golf clubs. Losing his clubs would have been a far worse deal he said.
When we picked up our hire car we got a very pleasant surprise - a 200 C class Mercedes (almost new with only 3000 km on the clock) - and yes it's black! That is surely worth a photo or two. And I'm quite sure it won't encourage Paul to drive as a Montenegrin.
Our first stop in Sardinia is Porto Pinto, just over 80 kms from the airport ...
... of the Island of St Peter. (he was apparently ship wrecked here on his travels).
We settled in on a sandy bottom this time and were soon joined by Matador, Yindee Plus and Hai Mei Gui. We all stayed two nights with a Pot Luck dinner on board Cuttyhunk before we parted company. The others headed west to Menorca while we perserveered with Sardinia and headed up the west coast.
... were outta there and off to Calasetta.
We promptly turned hard to port and kept going. It was a great days sail and a great catch up when Matador dropped anchor near us later that evening. We now have the dubious honor of being"matadored" that night as we caught up over a few.
We are now anchored in 3.5m of dark green water, again salt marshes, and in the company ...