Kabuki and I just got back from Sardinia today. The trip largely consisted of two parts:

  1. North-East Sardinia. We stayed in the hills of Panteleo. With a quiet and relaxed base we had easy access to the “emerald coast” and the Maddalena islands.
  2. North-West Sardinia. We stayed in Alghero which is a cool tourist beach town and the site of Lukas and Kristina’s wedding.

And of course we also drove between these two locations – hugging the coast as much as possible – and flexing our tourist muscles whenever possible. Here are some pictures from the trip.


North-East Sardinia and the Trip West:

La Maddalena panoramaAn a AMAZING sailboat IMG_2319IMG_2329 Island hopping by boatThe blue waters near La Maddalena A Santa Teresa cheese shopA Santa Teresa balcony Kabuki at CastlesardoIMG_2405Castlesardo


North-West Sardinia and the Wedding:

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For more pictures check out the photo galleries on Smug Mug:

  1. The Sardinia Trip
  2. Lukas and Kristina’s Wedding

Wedding in Northern Ireland

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Kabuki and I went to Bangor, Northern Ireland for Carolyn and Julian’s wedding. It was fantastic weather and the wedding went off without a hitch. On Sunday we got a chance to do a whirlwind tour of the Antrim coast (the northern coastline about an hour north of Belfast).

Dana and Jeff’s Wedding

the wedding couple during a small break leaving the ceremony

twin flower girls Brother and Sister

taken during the ceremony drinks beforehand

Kabuki and myself the girls

Unbeknownst to all the weather forecasters on the continent there was actually great weather all weekend, and Southern France – specifically the town of Villefranche-sur-Mer – played an amazing backdrop to Dana Pressman and Jeff Tobak’s wedding. Good food, good wine, good energy, and good company. It was a weekend to remember and both Kabuki and I wish the happily married couple all the luck in the world (which they’ll not really need) and more importantly a quiet day to themselves (which they’ll undoubtedly need soon).

For a look at all the pictures from the wedding (as well as the ability to download the full images if you so desire), please head to:

Jeff & Dana’s Wedding