Il Nuovo Gabbiano
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... al ritorno.
Il percorso consigliatomi da Fancello č quello breve. Decido di prendere il tratto panoramico. La scelta mi premia. Il Supramonte domina tutto il tragitto e la sua vista č assolutamente fantastica. Incontro pochissime macchine e dopo una salita un po' duretta arrivo ad Orgosolo.
Sono qua per i murales ed effettivamente non c'č molto altro da vedere. Dalla cittą natale di Graziano Mesina mi aspettavo anche qualcos'altro, ma trovo ...
... beach and then we had some water and hiked back to town! UGH! After our hiking experience we were ready to go boating again and that is what we did the next day- back out on the boat in the early morning and another perfect day at our private beach down the coast. Our time in Sardinia is winding down and we left Cala Gonone to drive south along the coast to Cagliari to catch our flight tomorrow to Milan Italy. Along the way we stopped in the ...
... to the beach to a live music venue, then into a beer garden where we had a selection of drinks.
The darkness could have been a problem for seeing our way home, but for our froggy keyring, which let out a light while making a rainforest frog noise.
The sleep in the car was quite comfortable this time.
Its something we would have to do more as we had spent vastly since being here and now needed to economise.
... br> The next nuraghi was the biggest one in the whole of Sardinia, called Nuraghi Arrabiu, which meant 'red', chosen because of the colour of the algae on the rocks.
In this nuraghi we escaped from the official guided tour and from the crowd.
Instead we were given a printed sheet in English to follow at our leisure. It was a nice site in which some of the old huts had been recreated using wood and thatched roofs.
We arrived back to the beaches, enjoying a nice ...
... br> We lunched at the Golgo restaurant, by the campsite, on roast vegetables in watery juice with the peasant crispy bread,and afterwards sebada's with melted cheese inside and covered in honey. The waiters were nice and the children had a good play around, making a game with George where they held his arms while he ran around.
On our second outing there were more ...