Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sardinia, Post 2 - Capo Testa.

Capo Testa is a rocky promontory (where, alledgedly, ancient Romans quarried granite) that offers amazing coves for swimming, beautiful rocks and boulders for traversing and wonderful scenery for viewing. Corsica looms in the distance as sailboats and yatchs make thier way throught the 11 mile stretch between France and Italy. Undoubtedly, it would have been lovely to have been sipping a Prosecco on the deck of one of those yachts, but we all can't be Donatella Versace can we? The rest of us have to contend with climbing the rocks like monkeys. Lucky little monkeys, at that.

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