Don’t you sometimes wonder: “Who are those people who sit in cafés in the middle of the day doing nothing?” Even if they’re on vacation, shouldn’t they be doing something? I’ve wondered that many, many times, but now I’ve learned: they’re ME!
Today’s our last day in Sardinia and – for now at least – our last day in Italy. We’re off to Corsica tomorrow, which used to be Italy until the Italians (who weren’t exactly Italians then, but that’s a longer story…ei) needed money and sold it to the French. So now it’s French, except still kind of Italian. We think. We’ll know more tomorrow.
At any rate, for our last day in Sardinia we took a boat to the neighboring island of La Maddalena and then biked to the still-smaller island of Caprera. Spent a little time on the beach and then it was back for a long, lazy lunch on La Maddalena. That’s all: boats, biking, and beaching. And cafés. There’s nothing not to like about this life.