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... Straight away the wind was force 6 and gusting at 8. Three times waves crashed over J, thankfully the sea is warm and he had his swimmers on. We had a fast but quite uncomfortable sail for the first couple of hours, the boat tipping over a lot. Then the wind died down as J moved closer to the shore and then all of a sudden, the wind changed direction and became north east after having been north west ...
Traveled from Caglairi along a combination of road types. Interpreting the GPS directions took us up lanes and dead ends but the advantage was we were off the tourist routes. Housing so different to Australian standards. However all seemed well kept. We stopped at Nauaghi and toured the archeological restoration of Stone, Bronze, Steel and Roman civilizations. These stone constructions after being utilised for various requirements were abandoned around the 6th century ...
... a little before 8:00 to walk back down the hill for dinner. The place we thought we'd stop at, a little closer to our hotel, was closed. So we traipsed all the way down the hill and found a nice little restaurant to have our pizza in. We got a salad to share and a parma ham pizza. Had our usual wine so the walk back up the hill didn't seem so torturous. ...
... Most of the town has cobble stone roads and paths.
The houses look more like apartment buildings with people hanging their washing on string between the windows. Most of these houses had wrought iron balconies and usually, you see a pot plant or 2 of geraniums. We found out when we were in Zurich that geraniums keep flies and other pests away …natural fly spray. A lot of the shops were narrow and not really big at all, these also had flower pots ...
... Sunday at Canungra – but close!
As usual, the main part of town was at the top of a hill. As Greg has a bit of a bug, we decided not to tackle the steps and hills and rode out around the coast for the rest of the day. On the way home we found a supermarket to purchase goodies for a Greggy dinner as there were no restaurants close to our hotel.
Our next stop was to be Portescuso, almost directly west of Cagliari but we rode along the ...