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So he swam in his light blue bonds and I swam in my matching black bikini!! I think I'll have to buy the real thing Samantha and Simon?
Came back to Bosa through the mountain, absolutely breathtaking scenery.
I don't want to hear anything about age, dementia or forgetfulness thank you. Just enjoy a laugh on our behalf.
Congratulations Moo on your dancing awards.
Xxxxxx Granny and Pa , Jeff and Ann, Mum and Dad
... else that is quite important to the employee's on the ship. That's writing up employee recognition nominations. I always try to submit at least a couple every cruise as it helps these hugely underpaid crew members with job promotions as well as other rewards offered them by the cruise line. The problem is always to get the names of some of these people who you may only have crossed paths with on a couple of occasions. I was out ...
... Pino we slowly made our way up to the coast today. Our hotel host last night suggested we stop at Iglesias (yes, of the Julio variety) because as she described it, there are gingerbread houses :-) We now think she meant that the sight is like a fairytale and in that she is correct. The cliffs were stunning with their interesting rock formations jutting vertically.
As if that wasn't pretty enough, our next stop was Masua. It meant a ...
- Gum trees
- So many Brilliant stars, with shooting stars that must have been quite close as they were so big, bright and long.
- Stories of bandits kidnapping children and cutting off their ears.
- Gina and Tullio - Cristina's lovely parents (and our's too for the week).
- San Salvatore which is like a western town - western movies have been filmed there.
- Hiking up sand dunes to ...
... the women there a new and quicker route to my destination today, Oristano. I managed a bus to Sassari, ordering lunch, a train to Oristano and dinner all without English. Along the way I met a friendly old man on the street who walked me to my hotel, another friendly man at the local Duomo, and a pizza chef. All in VERY broken italiano. It has been a very tiring day ensuring that I got everything ...