Cala Rosso (the Bay of Blood)
South Pacific Familyadventure 2008
Sun 21 Aug 2016 08:57
A Roman fleet of 200 warships encountered a fleet of over 400 warships from Carthago. Allthough outnumbered the Romans won a devastating victory and took 15000 prisoners. It took the Romans days to execute them all and according to Roman history notes the bay was red of blood for several days after all executions. When reading things like this I can not avoid thinking there must be something wrong in the construction of humanity.....
Having a windshift to northerly winds in the evening, we wayed anchor and reanchored on the southern side of Favignana.