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... species of plants and animals. In addition to its beaches, it is also known for its mountains. There are 100 peaks that are above 7000 ft. It is called the “evergreen island” as it is also rich in water, having 40 rivers, 40 glacial lakes and 8 artificial lakes (water reservoirs, used both as a source of drinking water and to produce electricity). Ajaccio is best known for being the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte and as we made our way out of the city ...
... wall" to the highest point of the town so that we could look out over the harbour. All of the stairs in Lake Com o were training for this place!! Spectacular views from the top! It was very hot here yesterday - an absolutely glorious day! Picked a little restaurant for lunch, in the high town (fewer steps!). Roger had spied some steps when we were on the boat leading from the cliff top very steeply down the cliff ...
... lunch today. On the way to to the ferry we had planned to stop to see the other Nuraghic ruins that we didn't see the other day, These were supposed to be bigger and better, and they didn't disappoint. The most impressive was a village covering 4 hectares. The biggest most complete tower was the central meeting area for the village and the chiefs dig's. These are round houses 2 stories tall made completely of stones. ...
... like Australia. We spotted many eucalyptus trees that looked suspiciously like the scribbly gums from back home. We've become so used to hobbling over rocks into the waters of Hvar and Sicily that the kids are amused by beach sand. Grace thoroughly enjoyed digging & writing in the sand; meanwhile Mitch disliked any sand in his swimmers & quickly decided nudity was the better option! (I love this age where there's no inhibitions yet). ...
... 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.