La Conchiglia Beach Club
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... le loro moto in maniera indescrivibile. Nessuno si lamenta, qui sembrano esserci tutti abituati.
Cibo/Bevande: il vino più buono che mi capiterà di assaggiare in Sardegna è il Nepente di Oliena. E' una varietà di Cannonau, prodotto qui a Oliena con criteri molto restrittivi, anche geograficamente parlando. Il nome è stato dato da D'Annunzio. Pare che, nonostante fosse astemio, ne andasse pazzo. Al bar ristorante ho provato il pane ...
... 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.
... Marina di Tertenia.
There was a small inland pool of warm water which was fun for the children to play in.
The sun set and we moved on to another beach, Marina di Bari, where we set up camp in a pricey, something star beachfront site.
We dined in the restaurant there, me on aubergine parmigiano which was delicious, accompanied by the local beer.
That was our nuraghi day done with, and I didn't know if Eleanor could bear me to drag her around anymore, but we'll see.
... around it.
A small stone in front of the church had on it the markings of a face.
The Golgo environment was so reminiscent of rural India, its cows with bells on, goats, pigs and donkeys, sandy brown earth and short trees. It delighted me.
There were big deep stone wells.
Signs pointed out that there were nuraghi's in the area but we couldn't find ...
When we stopped in the shade of a tree a young man gave us his bottle of water to drink, which again helped for a while.
Then something wonderful happened. First of all an Italian offered to carry Georgie for me, and then even more amazingly a Sardinian lad offered to carry Rosina. For me this was a sign of how wonderful a people Italians and Sardinians were, for their love and kindness towards children, something all ...