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Travel Blogs from Mindelo
... there to the Curzon where members of the entertainment team performed a Variety show, very good and very funny in places :-) The rest of the afternoon was very quiet, end of cruise syndrome is setting in :-( In Champions for a pint with Irene & Roy before dinner. Good to see Man U get beat again :-) After our lunch we both just fancied a nice salad and ordered a chicken Caesar salad, and very nice it was too :-) The ...
... there to the Orangery for a curry :-) It was the crew talent show again at half 2 in the Curzon. The past couple of sectors have been really good with some great acts, this one however wasn't as good, they had one of the photographers who sand last time, one of the tours desk who did two song and who sang last time. The others were the entertainment manager, the resident Philipino group and Lynne who sings in ...
... just starting to get tourists, several cruise ships have been here already this year. Now I didn't see any sort of water sports going on (no jet skis etc) and the beach that was pointed out as being the place to go was empty, the sand is more like rough desert sand rather than soft beach sand. So now I know what you're thinking so what has it got going for it. Walking around is ok although there are a lot of kids wanting money but they go away when you say no, we did take lots ...
... it really, it was kind of lacking action and tension do I wouldn't day it's a must see film. Any way after the film we went to The Crows Nest which is a bar that has music in the evening. We had arranged to meet up with a few friends to share the bottle of a Champagne that I won last night. It was a lively evening, we had loads if laughs I'm so glad we decided to do it. Anyway we are in port tomorrow, haven't these sea days just flown by. Booked on a trip first thing so need some sleep. ...
... had enough gas to take us back to the city.
What happens if our taxi were to run out of gasoline.
Back in the city, we had lunch and
looked for an Internet cafe afterwards, but we didn't find one. We
then went to the handicraft market where there really was nothing
special to buy or see. There was a
lot of cheap trinkets made in China,
and a few hand carvings from Africa.
The next day, there was really nothing
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed