Sa Muvara Hotel
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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 ...
... boasts extensive prehistoric ruins, fine Pisan churches and medieval walled towns. There are over 7,000 Nuraghe (Stone Domed houses) on the island dating back from 1500 to 500 B.C.
For centuries, Italian city-states and Spain vied for control of Sardinia. The old port of Alghero has a distinctive Catalan feel - it was known as "Little Barcelona." The Albi Palace was a residence for the Spanish viceroys who governed Sardinia.
Alghero is ...
... about 3 km out, but too far to walk. We dumped our gear at the hotel and rode back in to town. We found a little café down by the harbour for breakfast and ever eagle, eyed Kerrie discovered a poster on the wall about a Vespa and Lambretta Show and Shine happening just across the road. What beautiful, classic machines these are. Most were from the 1950’s and restored to a high degree. We spent an hour admiring the machines – not quite ...
... how something should work out when it comes to life - Life is full of surprises and it's how you react to those surprises which mold your character. Take a chance, try it and if it doesn't serve you - move on. Enjoy it, remember to always live knowing YOU always have the choice to change it.
One month after my dear Gramps passed away I decided it was time I made a change in my life.
I made a promise to never leave my Gramps ...
... island. We found ourselves in an Italian language course throughout dinner, as we countered with English translations when Angelo found himself stuck. (At the end of dinner, he thanked us for the lesson!)
Angelo's mom stayed in the kitchen for the duration of our dinner, sending out one delicious dish after another. You don’t get to order at an Agriturisimo, they just bring out what is fresh that day. We started with antipasti, including ...