No, I haven’t gone all American. This post is all about the rocks in Sardinia — although I sure there are a lot of young enthusiastic natives who really do think that Sardinia rocks.
While I was sorting through my photos from the island, I noticed that most of them featured rocks lying on the ground, rock formations, or buildings made from rocks... [see more] “Sardinia Rocks”
Cagliari, Pronouced Cally-airy
Cagliari (pronounced Cally-airy) is Sardinia’s capital city. It’s a hot and dusty mish-mash of southern European styles, mixed with a medieval (and Roman) heritage, all dropped onto the side of a steep hill, which falls into the port below... [see more] “Cagliari, Pronouced Cally-airy”
It’s Pronounced Nu-Raj-She
Sardinia is a big island. It’s not the sort of place you’d traverse in a day — if you wanted to get back at a reasonable time. We stayed in the Southern half for the whole of our stay. But that was OK. We stil got to see lots of Nuraghe (it’s pronounced Nu-Raj-She), thousands of which are found all over the island... [see more] “It’s Pronounced Nu-Raj-She”