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Friday 13th December
Time is flying by. We are so close to finishing our trip. I wondered if we'd make it this far. I found it hard to imagine that we’d get to Italy, incident free and still able to continue on with our planned itinerary. It’s such a blessing that we have been able to all that we have, with almost no issues, well nothing big anyway. It’s hard to take in all that we have done so far. I think once we are back home the impact of ...
... Sardinia, it's a young pig roasted in a special manner over a wood fire with an aromatic local shrub called mirto. The pig is frequently basted. Sausages are of many types, for instance the Salsiccia di cinghiale (wild boar sausage). Stufato di capretto is a rich casserole made from kid goat, artichokes, wine and also egg. Try the mediterranean fish (pesce azzurro). Look for a fish market in any small coast town and buy early in the morning, cook and eat: it's simply ...
... dinner. The theme for the dinner was ' white ', so I managed to borrow some pants and a top from Carolyn to look the part. Everyone else looked great and Carolyn was the only one allowed to wear a colour. Drinks and nibbles were held up on the terrace before dinner was served on the balcony. Rod provided a delicious dinner again. Anti pasta followed by gnocchi ( recipe to follow) then a chocolate and ...
... staying in nice duds all nite. Just not us. Plus--we are getting up at 5am each day to catch the wonders of the world sailing by. I just can't understand how a guy can ride a stationary bike as we sail thru incredible limestone mountains of Montenegro WITH HIS BACK TO THE WINDOWS?!! Seriously, how important is that 1 workout??? Maybe he's been there. Like a million times. I don't know. Well, alarm is set so I'm out of here.
... and extremely inaccessible looking coves. A stop at Positano was also on the agenda.
You could sail along this coast 100 times and see something new each time, its a testament to when the Amalfi Republic (the Duchy of Amalfi) was one of the biggest and most important trading posts in the 9th - 13th Centuries.
The scenery is rugged and beautiful and the contrast with the clear, cool waters is something that really does have to be seen to be believed.