Travel Theme: Walls

I’ve saved a few of these wonderful wall photos for a few years and am excited that I can finally display them.

In Sardinia there are walls everywhere you look: shepherds walls, ancient farm plot walls and interesting rock wall formations.

Cascabraga by Jennifer Avventura 2012 (5)An old wall separating plots of land. I found this wall while hiking in one of my favourite spots –  Cascabraga.

Walls by Jennifer Avventura 2013

Run down walls from an old factory in Tempio Pausania.

Walls by Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life 2013

The outside wall of Nuraghe Paddaggiu.

Walls by Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life 2013

Inside the walls of the fabulous Giants’ Tomb at Li Lolghi, Sardinia.

If these walls could talk, what would they say?

This is my response to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Walls. To check out other wonder walls from around the world, click here.

15 thoughts on “Travel Theme: Walls

  1. Jennifer

    Wonderful photos and interesting information as always! You do well! I really enjoy all of it! Have a beautiful week! May God Bless!

    The Sard/American,
    Rosemarie

  2. I recall years ago (back in the 60’s) I lived on Poetto Beach in Cagliari and in the surrounding countryside, some of the walls/fences were actually built out of cactus….would that still be the case?

    • I’ve not yet been to Cagliari, so I can’t comment on that. But in the north-west I have only seen fences made of bamboo, granite or wood. That would have been a beautiful site to see. Thanks for the comment! 🙂

    • Yes as a Sardinian I’m familiar with the use of Cactus plants used as walls between lots with the added advantage of having prickly pears as fruit….

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