Buongiorno Sardegna


We have arrived safely in Sardinia! It was a super early start on Monday morning, daddy woke Ophelia and I up at 3am as we had to be on the plane in Gatwick at 6:45am. Luckily mummy and daddy were very organised and we just got straight in the at and off we went. I was so excited that I stayed awake the whole car journey and kept asking are we there yet?!

The plane journey was not very long only 2 hours and felt even quicker as I slept the whole way. The best parts were take off and landing which I was awake for.

I am lucky I got a special stamp in my passport when we arrived at Olbia airport. Mummy, daddy and Ophelia didn’t get one, it must have been because I was so well behaved on the plane. There was a car waiting for us to take us straight to our beautiful Italian villa. The villa is so cool, it has a private beach, two pools and a bar for mummy and daddy. I have my own special bed and I am sure mummy was so happy to see a kitchen in the villa – perhaps she could learn a few Italian cooking tricks whilst she is here.

We didn’t mess about when we arrived and went straight down to the beach to see beautiful white sand and clear blue water.

Our first day was perfect but exhausting so after our swim and a pizza we all passed out and had a good nights sleep, ready for another sunny fun day tomorrow.

Day 2 of our holiday was a lot like day one. We did lots of swimming in the pool and the beach. Mummy took me to the play ground and we ate yummy cheese and ham sandwiches for lunch. There are lots of other little kids enjoying their holiday too, I like to say good morning which I am slowly learning in Italian – buongiorno! Or hello – ciao!

We took a long walk in the afternoon to explore the area. We found some lovely boats and playgrounds but no shops for mummy to buy some new pretty things. After our long walk we stopped in a restaurant on the beach and I had more pizza and tried some freshly grilled prawns. I love Sardegna it seems that all the restaurants serve pizza, which I love!
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About Harlow London Stanley

With a lot of help from my mummy, I am writing this blog to help my friends and family stay in touch with me when we move to London in a few weeks. I am going to miss everyone and I am not very good at writing emails and I can't talk yet, so skype can be difficult. So we thought this would be the most fun way for everyone to see what I am up to. At the moment I am almost 6 months old so there are few big milestones ahead of me, teeth, crawling, walking and talking are just a few that I hope to master this year. All of my family will be home in Australia and will miss these amazing moments, so I promise to post them with pictures, videos and little diary entries as soon as they happen.

3 responses »

  1. Hello my darling girl, I can see your having lots of fun on your holiday and you have only started, the water looks beautiful, you have your very own suit case that you can carry yourself I love the bright colour, and the pretty dresses your wearing too, it won’t be long when baby O will be able to join you and have fun too, sending lots of love and kisses Nanny Mindy 💖💋💖💋💖💋💖💋💖💋💖

  2. Hi Harlow, Ophelia looks like you are having lots fun in sun, it looks very beautiful there the sea looks so clear, GNan loved your blue suit case, have a great time with Mummy and Daddy, look forward seeing all photos lots love to you all GNan GDadxxxxx

  3. Look at you with your little suitcase, such a little traveller ,you are getting to experience so many different cultures and food and have so much fun with mummy,daddy and Ophelia you are one lucky little lady.
    Have lots of fun and look after your little sister and be Very careful around all the water
    Love you lots big kisses from Omi and Poppy xxxx

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