Snapshots: Remembering Sardinia’s Panorama

Snapshots: Remembering Sardinia’s Panorama

It’s been nine months since I left my soul in Sardinia, and there’s not a day that passes in which I don’t think of her majestic nature.

Jennifer Avventura My Sardinian Life (16)

It’s always a blessing to look back on these photos, fond memories, fond times and a place where my soul rests, peacefully.

11 responses

  1. Buon giorno, Jennifer! I have read some of your Sardinian blog and found it useful. Personally I went to Sardinia several times for vacation, as a child, then a teenager, in the Club Med resort on Caprera Island. Spending the whole summer there was fun and gave me the opportunity to become the youngest sailing instructor Club Med had ever known, at the ripe age of 15. Now, the Caprera resort (“village”, as they call them) has been closed for a few years? There was hope to build a luxury hotel in lieu of the traditional straw huts I had spent my summers under, but that didn’t come through, as the island is within the boundaries of what is now a regional natural park. It’s probably a good thing, too.

    Anyway, I have made the project to return to Caprera to document photographically what is left of the Club Med village before it disappears altogether, and so I will go back at the end of April, spend a couple of days there, and then the rest of the week driving over the island to a couple of beautiful spots I want to photograph as well. I certainly look forward to visiting some of the places mentioned in your old blog!

    Ciao ciao,
    Dominique

  2. I found your blog when I was researching ex-pats in Sardinia, hoping to meet people who lived there during a short stint of teaching in Cagliari. While you were gone by that time, your warm and welcoming blog encouraged me to continue looking for locals – a successful search. I ended up having a wonderful dinner with 9 people from Cagliari who were eager to share their culture and travel tips. So, this is my thank you. And I’m sending my post about learning about foreign cultures. http://bit.ly/ForeignCulture

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