Hotel a Spelunca
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... our limbs around with a joyful disdain and the day's last warming rays, almost cupping our souls, as we ponder the horizon over a low tide. Freshwater
The Dessert - Thunderous rapture from a southerly swell, smashing any resistance and reminding us of the power and the beauty of the sea. Freshwater Rock Pool.
The med rocks to its own beat. Meditative, quiet, ...
... Alberto, the
owner was the quintessential manager of Fawlty Towers and along with an
interesting Swedish couple, we had plenty of laughs. The people in Sardinia and
Corsica have been so welcoming and friendly.
The European holidays have really taken affect, and here in
Corsica, there are many French families crowding the beaches and enjoying
camping stopovers. We were intrigued with the Citadel ...
Saturday We've had our last day in Corsica, catching the bus back from Calvi to Bastia, for one night more at the Pietracap hotel, before heading to London. The bus trip was quite scenic, and a little different to the train trip, and an hour quicker. On our way to the hotel we stopped off at the supermarket for a wrench to maybe fix my pedal, and to take my bike apart, and left our dear green sun umbrella there by mistake. John had long ago decided that his bike would be ...
... modern bathrooms, and the most beautiful pool on the roof top terrace that looks out to the bay and beaches, with lovely sun lounges, cane lounges and a bar. The pool is mostly outdoors but about a third of it is inside the bar, cafe area. We spent the afternoon on the beautiful sandy beach, and then set off to explore. As it was Bastille Day, and the French Foreign Legion have a base here, there was a parade of soldiers, past and present, ...
... that I can't remember the name of, through the forest and then back along the road. Then I set off to have a look at the shops while John went to the beach. However I had forgotten it was Sunday, and the shops were closed, so after walking the 3 kms into Bastia, I walked back and joined John at the beach. Thankfully he has bought an umbrella as it is really hot, about 34 degrees. This afternoon we rode our bikes to a different beach, and ...