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... us out in his littlle boat, and made it to funky Fogo Island for a day where artists are invited to do residencies. Although seeing an iceberg in August does bring the whole global warming concern to the forefront, I have to admit that, eventhough it was not as large as those that can be seen in June and early July, it was indeed a spectacular sight to see up ...
... camera steady enough to take a shot.
We were resting ready for bed and I got talking to a couple of local ladies. I was talking for so long that Jenny had to emerge out of bed to join in the conversation. Both these ladies have moved from Fogo and have come back to visit relatives. They explained more about the food that they eat. They love a lot of really thick stewy things which the younger girl said had all the goodness boiled out of it.
... a bit over the beautiful houses as they are everywhere. Every corner you turn there is another magical scene with coastline, stark white houses and a vista for miles.
We stopped at the shops and picked up a few things. The shops and restaurants have nothing much on the outside to tell you what is on the inside. You really have to go inside to find out what is there for sale. As we are "out in the sticks" the supermarkets are small and the shops ...
... territory - and this year has been a great year for icebergs. Earlier in June, we were told that over a hundred icebergs floated down near the coast and that over 40 could be viewed at the same time. Now in late July that number has dwindled to a handful but they are still quite close and visible. My words cannot do them justice - the pictures tell a much better tale. What they cannot really get across are the majestic size of these beauties.
... Canadian made and everything put together by Canadians. It is now an exclusive hotel were Hollywood A listers secretly visit to get away from it all. Michelle spent well over 20 years in the hospitality industry so this was her Graceland.
We tenderly crawled up the gravel drive way poised and waiting for the security to come and lynch us at any moment. We got all the way to the front door which was open and parked next to it. I was worried they would ...
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