Travel Blogs from Olbia
... and calendars and clocks still set to the day and time of his death. Like Maddalena, Caprera also has pristine beaches and private coves, which we were happy to explore.
Back in Tertenia, we have been spending our days relaxing by the pool, exploring even more beaches, and spending hours at the rocky beach in front of our villa searching for shells, hermit crabs, fish, and snails. Only a few more days here before we head to ...
... had clams or mussels everyday and am yet to be sick of them. Town is lovely and safe so the boys are able to go exploring on their own and find the best gelati they can. Boys are having a pre dinner drink and a game of cards and Mum and I now have extra shoes to pack in our bags after a little "shopping". Time to spunk up for dinner – off to Cagliari in the morning.
... sure I send one more, this time correctly :) 3. Fall in love with myrto, a blueberry liqueur. 4. I travel down south and discover some amazing mountain scenery in the Gennargentu range. 5. I settle for a quiet hotel in lovely Cala Gonone on the coast (now almost a ghost town before ...
... sunburn on a small part of my leg. 4. I got some excellent "myrto" (blueberry liqueur) in a local supermarket and a free dessert at dinner (which some waiter put on my plate by mistake and before he realized it... Well you get the picture!) 5. I got into a nice talk with hotel manager about how difficult Sardinia and the locals can be. PS He's from Milan ;) 6. I go ...
... parking lot. They come out of nowhere... I'm terrified, they smile and are pretty nonplussed. We shake hands and go our separate ways... 6. I dive again, this time at Porto Pollo. Corals and gorgonian fans are amazing, lobsters too. But it's cooooold... And I give up after the first dive. 7. I manage to lock my keys in the car. Helpful Philippo from dive shop calls the rental company and after a half ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility