Tag Archives: Sardinia
I visited Northern Sardinia in 2005. Mrs Wilbur & I flew into Olbia and hired a car to explore the beautiful coastal region of the island. The area is known as Costa Smeralda which translates as the Emerald Coast on account of the amazing blue waters. Join us over on Twitter to post a photo […]
This week’s photo is the approach to Bonifacio on the southern tip of the French island of Corsica. We visited in July 2005 from northern Sardinia.
Bonifacio, Corsica This is the first of what will become a regular Monday post. A picture featuring the colour blue aimed at taking your mind off Monday morning drudgery. Please join in too if you like the idea.
This photo was taken in 2005 as we approached Bonifacio in Corsica by ferry from Sardinia.
As I said on Friday’s photo post, we visited Sardinia in July 2005. Here is a picture of the a small section of the Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast). Time to get some bookings in for 2016!
Today’s photo was taken in July 2005 in Bonifacio on the French island of Corsica. We had travelled to Olbia in Sardinia, flying out from Gatwick on the day of the London 7/7 bombings. We had been totally unaware of the atrocities that had befallen the capital until we switched on our mobile phones to […]