Wednesday, 20 June 2012


I've been over in Sardinia with my family and Italian in-laws for a while for some rest and relaxation. In case you weren't sure, Sardinia is the large island below Corsica, to the west of the Italian coast, and of course, though it's part of Italy, it has its own unique culture. Motorbike-wise, not much to see - a few Swiss on bloated new Harleys. The vehicle of choice here for the working man is Piaggio's ubiquitous 3 wheel Vespa-based truck, the Apino (or little bee). It fits into the tiny streets you find here perfectly. I can't stop taking photos of them as every one is different.

Here are a few random photos from where we are, near Villasimius, on the south coast. The local brew, Ichnusa, is worth drinking too, especially after a hard day on the beach in 35 degree temperatures..

1 comment:

Carl said...

Hope you are having a great summer holday. There are some great roads on Sardegna, I hope you get to try them on 2 wheels!