Residence Porto Piccolo
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... mega yachts around us.
Monday 31 August
Cant believe it – I only have two more weeks until the UK mainland and 3 before I go back to work.
Sooooo enjoying Sardinia!
We moved to another anchorage not far from Olbia.
This is beautiful (surprise, surprise).
Tuesday 1 September
Mid morning headed off in search of our next destination. Found a lovely cove, a future anchoring possibility, and decided to go ...
... not to be with the supermarkets not being well stocked and expensive. We decided not to stay and went back to
an anchorage just before Connigiorne.
Tuesday 25 August
In the morning went ashore hoping to find a supermarket but there wasn't one. At least we got rid of some garbage and recycling (although the yachtclub, being private, did not seem best pleased with us doing so). Took the dinghy and went back to the main town and completed some provisioning.
... a great sail in to
our destination. I know I say this a lot about the coastlines we pass but the Sardinian coast is something special even from a distance from shore.
We got to the Bonifacio Straights where we had the mountains of Sardinia on the
starboard side and the mountains of Corisca on the port side of us.
The anchorage we chose to stay in only had two other yachts, so quite peaceful ...
... moving faster than the others but all looking out for each other. Rosanne and Silvana both have their hands on their hips and are plodding along in front of us ...gone are the beach babes with laughter and giggles instead they are part of a mountain goat group plodding along pausing to drink to keep hydrated.... they are not smiling! Haha I don't help the situation by shooting photos; they are constantly telling me ...
... SantaTeresa in Sardinia.....about 1 hour.
Santa Teresa is on the on the northern most tip of Sardinia, and the coast. Of Corsica can be seen from this mainland. The town has a population of 5000 but increases this time of the year to 10,000 to 15,000. [PHOTO_ID_R=santa-teresa
We arrived at about 5pm and took a tour of the town centre.
Dinner that night was cod fish pieces and muscles with a cummin sauce and salad.