Joined August 2018
  • Aug17

    Second day: caves, wind, souvenirs

    August 17, 2018 in Ireland ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

    So they told me that in Ireland you should expect everything from the weather. That was true. Today is all about strong wind and light but persistent rain. We have a booked boat for inisheer, the smallest amongst the Aran Island, that is canceled. Mary Jo, our amazing host at seascape b&b of Doolin, drives us at the pier where we can see the cliffs of Moher of the day before covered by fog and waves. Then she moves us to the Doolin Cave. We met 2 German guys that were on the same path of ours also the day before in Moher. We discover that they are basically doing our same trip in the same days and hours. We visit with them and other people of our group the Doolin cave, definitely a suggested spot to visit if you are in Doolin. Only one but majestic Stalactite with a very interesting story behind.
    In the afternoon we walk back to the beb with a strong wind that faces us. Gifts shops in Doolin are quite disappointing, not the same for pubs. We have some wonderful beers and then a dinner in a cosy bistrot that serves amazing fish.
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  • Aug16

    Starting the burren way

    August 16, 2018 in Ireland ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

    That's the real first day of vacation, as yesterday was dedicated to travel from Dublin to Lahinch. Expectations related to the weather were the worst ever. We woke up in a breezy morning and a rainbow welcomed us. After a huuuge breakfast we left the Lehinch lodge and a nice taxi driver drove us to Liscannor were the path begins.
    Never saw a weather like this, always changing from sunny to cloudy. Few showers. The strongest wind in our whole lives. An amazing experience. 20 km to Doolin on a wonderful path on the top of Cliffs of Moher. Our eyes were astonished. Crowded with tourists but only around the tourist center of the cliffs. The beginning and the end of the path were barely only for us. These are the days that you're gonna keep in mind forever.
    Even with this ankward weather, possibly the most Irish one.
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  • Day4


    August 12, 2018 in Italy ⋅ ☀️ 29 °C

    Half day in tentizzos surrounded by rocks that seem to come from the moon. Sea always amazing. Few local people. In places like these you need a mask, shoes dedicated to walk on the rocks, and all the will to explore the bottom of the sea.Read more

  • Day3

    Porto Alabe, Italia

    August 11, 2018 in Italy ⋅ 🌙 26 °C

    Here is where I tell about secret places. Giving so I am not sure this is a good move as a secret spot should remain hidden.. Today we took a footpath on the left of Porto Alabe beach and here's when the magic happened. After a little walk we were surrounded by waves and sunrays in a barely empty beach. Stunning.Read more

  • Day3

    Bosa is a quiet coming back

    August 11, 2018 in Italy ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Bosa is a sleepy village under Alghero that I know very well. Last time I was here was in 2012 but nothing has changed compared to that time except my accomodation. Bosa has maybe the less interesting beaches of the surroundings, but is a quiet place as homebase, from where you can quickly jump on a car and reaching amazing seaside spots.
    Moreover, amazing sunsets on the go. On the top of the hill now I will know forever that there's my friend's house, a truly outside the noisy world place full of quiteness and relaxation 💗
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  • Day2

    Maimoni Beach in my heart

    August 10, 2018 in Italy ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    I am so happy right now. I am again in one of my fav beaches of Sardinia. Maimoni is near the more famous is arrutas, but is wilder and less crowded. Sea breeze is amazing. Sand is like rice. Water has Colors that have nothing to envy to the Caribbean and I am serious at all. So in love with this. There's a bar near here that is waiting us for a late afternoon fresh ichnusa (typical local beer). Wanna stay here forever.Read more

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