September is lurking on us, the summer holidays are slowly but surely coming to an end. Isn’t that’s the perfect time to take a look back at one’s vacation pictures and wonder … How did time fly so quickly? Besides the nostalgia that might try to win you over, don’t you also feel a soothing satisfaction ? I sure do.
This year, I finally went back to Sardinia, after 2 summers of being elsewhere. 2 weeks of holidays with the fam & N, who discovered my beloved paradise island for the first time. We were based in the southern part of the island, but spent two days of our stay up north, which is Sardinia’s super fancy – rich and famous area. To be honest, my heart belongs to the south and its wild, dry, less developped landscapes.
So here’s my (shortened) summer diary for you to see and enjoy, because who doesn’t love a crystal clear sea ?
- A day at Tuerredda beach:
- Porto Pino: Pines, wild flamingos and white sands.
Ok that’s the closest I got to the flamingos… but still… WILD FLAMINGOS !
- A warm summer evening in Iglesias. Meaning PIZZA for dinner!
- Up north: Cala Principe and a full day of boat trip around the coast from Palau.