Santa Teresa Hotel
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... at Blueys, Engagements, Weddings, children and now a wonderful holiday in southern corsica.
There was much excitement on our approach. The kids would be hanging out with other kids (Thomas & Daisy) and we would be catching up with old friends. It's true what they say about old gloves, or old shoes in this case, they always make for a great fit.
Our days were filled with epic games of boules, stink boats ...
... some (comparatively expensive) provisioning and then just chilled on board and watched (and felt) the day trippers return.
Sunday 23 August
Went ashore and completed abit more provisioning. The fishmongers was open and had some wonderful seafood. What was great is they had scallops, which I love and haven't had for a while. This is making what to eat this evening a very difficult choice – T-bone, scallops,
Although this ...
... br> As this anchorage is just so beautiful, and we are pretty much dug in, we decided to stay another day. Got some snorkelling in and completed some chores. The weather over
here in (north) Sardinia is quite different to what we had in the Belearics – less stiffling hot and humid and the wind cooler – we are enjoying it a lot as it's not hard work trying to get things
Sunday 2nd August
We left Port Vecchio and sailed for about 2 hours into another bay not far from the next town put down the anchor and had more swimming.
What a delightful day, water temp about 25deg, we donned our bathers and dived in, the water was so refreshing....we haven't swam so much in a short amount of days,!!!!!!
Had lunch, sun baked and left about 4pm to sail into Propriano arriving at 5.30pm.
Sunday 1st August,
We pulled out of Santa Teresa at 10am and sailed to a protected swimming bay in Corsica.
Yannick the Captain said he would put the anchor down so we could swim.
I took photos of Glen hard at work tying us up at the wharf.
After a beautiful lunch consisting of squid, and scallops with fried rice with a 'divine' tasting sauce and a bean salad. ' oh ...