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... the forest gorges
to Evisa, famed for its chestnut forests and on to Cortes, in the central
mountain area. We camped at the foot of Gorge Restonica, but were unable to
take the van up the gorge, as it is too big, and the heat was so excessive,
walking to the lakes was out of the question for us. You know what they say
about ‘Mad dogs and Englishmen’! There
were a lot of walkers however, who ...
... even though all the tickets are pre sold, and the chances of getting in were slim. Sure enough one ticketing man got a couple of the fellows who were leaving, to go back in and get a pass out, and then passed it onto John. He got in to see the last 7 wickets fall, and was still beaming when he met me later. Wish I had gone with him, as the shopping was unsuccessful. Still I had fun. I had to laugh at 3 Muslim women with full hadjibs, only the eyes showing, taking a ...
Tuesday We arrived in Calvi on the eastern coast of Corsica, at lunchtime after a train trip south of Bastia then across the island to the opposite coast. It is a magical place, similar to Amalfi or Sorrento on the Italian coast, situated on a large bay, with lovely white sandy beaches. The old walled city sits on one side of the bay and above the city as it is now. We found our hotel and were delighted with our choice. The rooms are nice, gorgeous ...
... fabulous views from the top. It was a reasonable incline on the way up, without being too hard, but we had to have the brakes on nearly all the way down the other side. My right pedal has started to play up, John says its bent. Tonight we packed up our bikes, as they cannot be taken on the bus or the train to Calvi, and will be staying at Hotel Pietracap, in Bastia, till we return for our flight to London. Our Bastia accommodation was Hotel ...
... introduced agriculture. This was home to Christopher Columbus, the city's most famous son, he was born in 1436 and died 1506. Views from the Calvi Citadel and the fortress gave us brilliant panoramic views over the harbour, the water so blue and crystal clear. The pink L'Eglise Santa Maria church in the centre of the village is a distinct city landmark. The top of the church looks like it had an ...