Finally! Finishing the Corsica & Sardinia Journal

It is done!  A two week trip that took me almost 6 weeks to get posted, but I loved reliving every minute.  Here is the final installment.  If you haven’t read it yet, it all starts here.  (There are links between all the pages so if you haven’t read parts – just click your way to the sections you haven’t seen.)

One of the conical goatherder’s huts on Lino’s property

The Hiking in Sardinia continues, and the weather holds.

We have had beautiful weather on this trip, but here, towards the end, we finally saw some clouds and felt a few rain drops.  Unfazed, we explored the area around Cabras.  Enjoy! (Click here to read the latest installment.)

See the different colors of the sea and the lagoon? This is the Sinis Peninsula in Sardinia.

Brave hikers tackle Sardinia’s bold rocks (boulders?)

For the final goodbye to Corsica and the first two days of our adventures in Sardinia, click here! There are lots of pictures for those of you who think I write too much!

Capo Testa, Sardinia

Nature and History in Bonifacio

The latest installment in our Corsica and Sardinia trip finds us hiking and touring near Bonifacio, the southernmost tip of Corsica.  [If you would like to read from the beginning of the trip, start here.  Links will move you from page to page.]

Looking back at Bonifacio, Corsica perched on its high limestone cliffs.

Stepping out in Corsica

We began our hiking trip in the Megalithic Age … come along.  (Did you miss the beginning of this trip? It started in Nice.)

Standing menhirs at Cauria