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Here are my tweets of last week on
Blogging and Twitter, Wisdoms and Rules:

110519 A jester is most appreciated in a game – unfortunately, this is also often true for twittering and blogging. #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110520 Fishing is easy when it is foggy – this is also something we know from twittering and blogging. #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110521 It is easy to learn how to cook in other people’s kitchen – also true for twittering and blogging. #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110522 In a poor man’s mouth, much wisdom rots – true for quite a few twitterers and bloggers! #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110523 It is hard to blow into the cold oven – who among twitterers and bloggers does not know the feeling? #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110524 The way to hell is the same distance from all places – also for twitterers and bloggers. #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

110525 Nobody is prudent when discussing his own affairs – which is something twitterers and bloggers should not forget. #Twitter #Blogging #Wisdom

There is a new tweet each day. See Twitter and “follow” RolandDuerre!
Enjoy!

RMD
(Translated by EG)

P.S.
I took the proverbs from Alle deutsche Sprichwörter.

Roland Dürre
Wednesday April 27th, 2011

(Deutsch) UTB Sardinien 8 – Von Pula nach Cagliari

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Roland Dürre
Saturday April 23rd, 2011

UTB Sardinia 3 – From Castelsardo To Alghero

Good Friday, April, 22nd, 2011, third leg.

Alghero is the Spanish town on Sardinia. Allegedly, many natives still speak Catalan.  This is where we want to go today.

Around 10 a.m., we leave our Bed&Breakfast at Castelsardo (incidentally, it cost 50 Euros) and start for Alghero, which we think must be around 100 kilometres from here. To be sure, there is not much difference in altitude (by our estimate, around 700 metres).

It is a rainy Good Friday. Is this going to be the one obligatory rainy day of our entire tour? Or will it be one of many? At Castelsardo, we buy some oranges and water for the next lunch. Then we depart. The temperature is lower today, too.

Around 12.30 p.m., we arrive at Porto Torres (Sardinian:  Pòrtu Tòrres). Since it is so cold, we do not feel like eating those oranges out in the open. Instead, we decide to go and eat in a restaurant. We eat a “Tourists Menu”.
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