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Places to see in ( Olbia – Italy ) Spiaggia Pittulongu

Places to see in ( Olbia – Italy ) Spiaggia Pittulongu

The beach of Pittulongu is located on the road from Olbia to Golfo Aranci , just 8 km from the city. The beach offers an infinity of beaches, all very beautiful and appreciated. The first beach you meet is La Playa, very expensive in the Olbiesi area.

Surely it is the busiest and most equipped: you can rent beach umbrellas and play water sports; offers excellent restaurants and bars located on the sea front, with a splendid view on the island of Tavolara. It also allows long walks due to the considerable extension. Immediately after the Playa is the beach of the Squalo , very beautiful is cozy.

Another beach certainly worth mentioning is the Pellicano,much smaller than the Playa but not for this less beautiful. Further on, reachable on foot, since the two beaches are only divided by a group of rocks, there is the beach of Mare e Rocce , equally beautiful and with a characteristic kiosk on the sea, where you can refresh yourself at any time day.

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Places to see in ( Olbia – Italy ) Porto Rotondo

Places to see in ( Olbia – Italy ) Porto Rotondo

Porto Rotondo is located between the Gulf of Cugnana and the Gulf of Marinella, 13 kilometers north of Olbia. Together with Porto Cervo, the “capital” of the Emerald Coast, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Costa Smeralda. Some of its beaches make up the crown to the Emerald Coast, and its marina offers a safe haven to over 600 boats of all sizes. The area surrounding Porto Rotondo is divided into three parts: Punta Nuraghe, Punta Volpe, and Punta Lada. At the heart of this charming village is the Piazzetta San Marco, a peaceful square where locals gather for conversation and tourists lounge in quaint cafe’s enjoying their morning coffee. Ideal for a either short getaway or an extended stay, Porto Rotondo is a small port with a big reputation and some of the most stunning scenery anywhere along the coastline.

This unassuming village is home to one of the most authentic travel experiences in Sardinia which is largely due to the lesser number of tourists in comparison with some other well known destinations. However, this most certainly does not give way to “lesser” experience as Porto Rotondo allows for a wonderful insight into the workings of a small town coastal village and retains an overall immersive local experience for the visitor, while still offering all the comforts of the modern world.

Named after the circular nature of the bay on which it was built, Porto Rotondo has a very unique appearance in that the port itself is almost entirely enclosed, while on the outer side of this sheltered bay, you can find the most idyllic beaches and a number of exclusive resorts in between. The village is picturesque in every sense and most notable is the collage of colors of the surrounding area, from the reflection of the sun on the many expensive yachts docked in the harbor, the stunning white sandy beaches, the turquoise blue of the Mediterranean, to the green and luscious sporadic spaces. Although the nearby beaches are often referred to as paradise in appearance, the rolling landscapes and hills that stretch outward from the town are as idyllic as they come and leave little wonder as for why so many tourists return to vacation in Porto Rotondo on a yearly basis.

Developed in the late 1960’s by a wealthy Italian aristocrat (Donà delle Rose), this tiny port is now considered a luxury resort which is easily evidence in the number of expensive yachts in the harbor, not to mention the increase in exclusive hotels or villas that crop up in the surrounding area every year. Infused with a large number of fine dining restaurants with world class cuisine, charming cafe’s serving high quality blends of coffee, a surprisingly vibrant nightlife and prominent historical attractions such as the San Lorenzo Church and a man made amphitheatre, Porto Rotondo has something for everyone, albeit it sometimes comes with a monetary value. The perfect base for day trips by boat to beaches like Spiaggia dei Sassi and Punta Asfodelo, Porto Rotondo is a stunning destination where natural scenery meets an authentic local village and having made the effort to reach this pocket in the north-east of Sardinia, one thing is for sure; you will enjoy all it has to offer from the moment the sun reaches the sand and then remembering it long after it goes down.

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We Tried 8-Foot-Long Noodles

Very Fresh Noodles in NYC makes hand-pulled noodles that are eight feet long. INSIDER’s Herrine Ro and Joe Avella try the Taiwanese- and Chinese-inspired noodles to see if it’s worth the lengthy hype.

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Mauritius Street Food – Best food to try in Mauritian market

On our recent trip to Port Louis, Mauritius we spent some time at the central market. One of the best ways to experience a country and culture is through the food / street food. Mauritius has some amazing food, influenced by it’s Indian, Chinese and African cultures. The central market is one of the best places to experience the best Mauritian food.

The market has a massive selection of fruit and vegetables. Mauritius is a tropical island, so no surprise we ate litchi, pineapple and coconut. Some of the street food things that I really enjoy eating is Dhal Puri. Dhal Puri is a thin, flat bread that is filled with a savoury filling, rolled out flat, and then cooked on a hot stone. At 12 Rupees or 25 Euro Cents, this is a cheap, delicious snack. At the same stalls you can find chilli bites or Gateau Piment which are delicious chilli flavoured balls. For desert I like Napolitaine or Gateau Napolitaine which are little pink frosted buttery biscuit treats. Of course we also at at a number of restaurants where the best Mauritian food can be found, including Chicken and prawn curry, smoked marlin, wild boar stew and rougaille saucisse or sausage stew.

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Indian Railways: Journey Compilation 18425 PURI DURG EXPRESS: Bhubneswar To Durg

Presenting the video of a journey compilation from the capital city of Odisha i.e. Bhubneswar to the Steel city i.e. Bhilai on-board 18425 Puri Durg Intercity Express. The power which brought us from Talcher to Bhubneswar that morning came back in our return journey and hauled the train till Talcher. From Talcher, Raipur WDP-4D took the charge. Post departure from Dhenkanal I went to sleep and next day morning woke up a bit late post departure from Harishanker road. After that a continuous coverage was made till Bhilai power house with numerous station departures, train crossings, freight crossings etc. There is a small quiz question inserted in the video that which is the train led by twin VSKP ALCOs that we cross at Arand station. I hope you all will like the video.
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————-LEGGIMI! ————–

Ciao a tutti!

Questa settimana ho deciso di mostrarvi come è il Burger King qui in Corea del Sud.

Proprio come il McDonald’s infatti, anche il Burger King qui è molto diverso da quello italiano.

Tra panini alla cipolla, aglio e fiatelle varie siamo riusciti a finire un panino intero senza puzzare troppo

Spero che il video vi diverta 🙂

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