As I wandered round the older parts of the towns we visited in Sardinia, I couldn’t resist photographing the carved wooden doors we saw – there was something so solid about them, so permanent when set into the old stone buildings.
But even nicer were those half open gateways, through which you catch a glimpse of a shady courtyard and wonder what stories are being played out within. These are the courtyards where you might imagine yourself to while away a lazy afternoon in a hammock or dine al fresco under the stars with the scent of jasmine in the air.
Blog Carnival Mentions
Thanks so much to Karen at Europe a la Carte for including my post on Sea caves and a boat trip in the Gulf of Orosei in her September Blog carnival. There were some other interesting posts on amazing buildings in Europe including the Eden project in Cornwall and also a post from Happy Hotelier on what to see in the Netherlands at the Hague.
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