Hotel le Ruesco
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... I wasn't that keen to go inside a grotto. But in we went, all ohhhing and ahhing. It was pretty spectacular inside, a cave inside a cave. Expected to see Johnny Depp or his dad, sorely disappointed on that score. It is very "piratey" around these parts and apparently there is a strong, and long, history of piracy in the region. Hence my expectation. From the boat tour we we went walking through the citadel and ...
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 ...
... degrees and raining in November! Corsica would be great to explore without young children as there were many great hikes, rock climbing, canyoning, mountain biking and other adventure sports on offer. I did find an adventure park that had what the French called a 'baby parc' that offered tree climbing & zip lines for kids. Different levels for different ages starting from 3 years old. Mitch just loved the harness and helmut get up & I told them ...
... to middle age.
For all except graham the mountain scenery was spectacullar. He said all he could see was the white line when we had one, in the middle of road.
Arrived at Corte - staying at different hotels. Thunder and lightening and heavy rain. Waited a while for it to subside then g&j dropped us off at our hotel.
Sat on the patio and watched the river rambling by.
Dinner at the local was very nice-chatted with a ...
... has a lot of stone, mostly granite and limestone, and almost all of the houses are made of stone which is lovely. It is almost one big mountain (although actually hundreds) with 1000 km of coastline and only 300 km of it is beach. A lot of Eucalyptus trees, which were imported from Australia to deal with malaria (didn't work, the US bombed it with DDT during WWII instead).The main product is chestnuts and they do everything with them: polenta (eaten at every ...