Hotel du Golfe
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We only have one full day in Bonifacio, arriving late yesterday afternoon, and leaving tomorrow morning for a couple of days in the northern mountains of Corsica. So today had to be the day we experienced as much as we could. We had checked out boat tours (no name tags, no numbered stickers on our shirts!!) to get have a look at Bonifacio from the water. There are a multitude of tours to pick from, some all-dayer's ...
Well today was the end of the Italian part of our trip, and the start of the very small French part. We left Sardinia on a ferry at 3.30 this afternoon. We've done a lot of ferries this trip..Lake Como ( about 4 or 5), mainland Italy to Sardinia, Sardinia to Corsica. Its really second nature to me now driving on and off boats. I don't feel as though I'm sitting on the wrong side of car anymore. I've assimilated. I'm ...
... cat. The kids adored having more stray cats to feed and play with. They quickly developed a real friendship with one black cat that they named Jean (French pronunciation). We'd find him asleep under their beds late at night or even worse waking the kids when he jumped on their beds. We also had the 'bledisloe cup' of friends in Santa Giulia; a South African couple with a 2 year girl who permanently live in Geneva and were holidaying for a week. And a ...
After a long drive and ferry ride we arrived back at al vente to be welcomed by Franca and Tomaso.
Love and kiss all round. I am he r cara!!
Dinner at a local restaurant as opposed to touristica. Fresh fish caught today. Such welcoming people after the french tourist and hosts. Father and son so attentive and lots of ...
... They were tryingto entice their SON to eat his food. Reminded us of someone.
Sorry should have explained the pom in yesterdays blog. We kept on running into this british couple. Beach, restaurant in the street at Cagliari and lastly at the nuraghe site. By this time we were on hugging status.
There r a lot of germans tourist. I (ann) keep getting mistaken for a german - bloody insult - sorry Mary.
Still having a fab time.