Forte Village Resort - Le Dune
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We left the hotel early to make it to San Benedetto Food Market in Cagliari. This is the main market for the capital where they sell the morning catch of seafood, meats, cheeses and veggies. The place is located on two floors just off the historic district. Em did not enjoy all the smells from the fresh fish but she did like the fresh bakery goods. Afterwards, we made our way though the narrow ...
Today is a traveling day from the southern east-side to the southern west-side of Sardinia. We drove down the Costa Rei, around the point, through the capital again and then on to Teulada via the mountains. We stayed at Hotel Belvedere located about 10 minutes outside of town up in the hills. Of course Em and I hit the pool just as soon as we could and then went for dinner with mom at the hotel restaurant. Em had her usually salami pizza and JJ and I had seafood and ...
... an acquaintance of who did a year in the U.S. in a student exchange program. We had also met her family a year and a half ago at my parents house. They talked a lot about how great the Island of Sardinia was and told us we should visit their country (island) one day. Little did they known we would just show up at their bar one day. The family was very surprised to see us and we spent the night talking in Italian and English and using JJ to translate ...
... in 1307 during the realm of the Pisa Republic and is named after the small marble sculpture of an elephant poised at its corner. The funniest bit was seeing like eight police officers sticking a sign on a cafe (obviously shutting it down for some reason). Two officers doing the deed and the others observing. Hilarious.
It's Italian Night tonight on the ship (God help us! 70% of the passengers are Italian). Dinner was mostly Italian dishes including tiramisu (double yum) ...
... all good washed down with a couple of glasses of Vermentino a local of the region's wine. This wine can be dry or off-dry in style or verging on sweet but in general the richer in it's straw colour, the more flavoursome.
After crossing the crazy 6 lane road on a pedestrian crossing that no car stops for!! We made it back to the car and 'dodgem' drove back to our lovely apartment so peaceful and slept.
From Robyn in Sardinia