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... the little cobbled shopping streets visiting many of the very many churches as we go. We have just found a cafe with fast wifi so are resting our feet. There were lots of taxis waiting at the dock and on the promenade offering tours, as well as a Tuktuk tour of the town and a baby HOHO bus. It is quite a pretty town to investigate but not large so we head home ...
... very quaint area, the locals are actually fantastically nice, even when you turn down offers of island tours they all take it very well. Probably no surprise given a ship turning up with 2000 people is fairly good news for their economy, the shops noticeably over-stocked as we all streamed into town. First thing we found was a man donning a Top Hat & Horse drawn carriage, me and dad were agast when he told us a trip was only 5 Euros! Take into account I’ve seen exact ...
Went on a coach ride today to see some mountain lakes. We were really lucky because after driving through low cloud the sunshine suddenly came out to give us a view of the blue and green lakes. We also visited pineapple plantations and botanical ...
... is very sleepy and quaint. Lots of old buildings and churches. Back on the coach we head up into the mountains. The Azores were formed as the result of volcanic activity which pushed them up out of the ocean. We see lots of steam rising as we climb upwards and George informs us this is because of geothermal activity which is harnessed and provides 40% of the islands electricity needs. We see lots of power plants dotted here and there where they have drilled down deeply to access ...
... com crianças primeiro" (Families with children first), she repeated. Sadly, I could not sit around and listen to her Portuguese gate announcements forever. As I walked out, it was as if the houses that dotted the nearby cliffs were saying goodbye. I couldn’t believe that we were hundreds of miles out into the Atlantic, and making a simple connection through this minuscule ...