Beramar Restauracao Hotelaria e Tourismo

Address: Cha De Areia, Praia, Santiago, Cape Verde | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Cha De Areia, Praia.
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Motherwatch

A travel blog entry by sunshinett on Sep 30, 2015

So I was hoping that we would have been in Rio by now but unfortunately the wind has not been in our favor. We have counted about 20sail changes in the last 24hours and everyone is tired... but I have to say I really enjoy the moments when we are active and working hard. I went straight from wooling kite after kite onto mitherwatch and am ...

Hot and sweaty

A travel blog entry by sunshinett on Sep 13, 2015

... We almost finished before the guys up on deck had the new kite hoisted!!!! Once everything was done we served dinner and it was a great success!!! it feels so nice when you have been sweating away in the kitchen and people actually enjoy it. Once we served our desert, rice pudding topped eith the remainder of the rice crispies - we washed up fir another hour and then were able to have a full night sleep... the rewards of being a mother for a day ...

Name that Tune

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 24, 2014

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... Then it was off, as usual, to the Coral Club for the quiz which we lost by one measly point. The show company put on a performance called “Blues Brothers Soul Sisters” and we enjoyed the music by the M.I.T Band.

We were back in cabin 7050 at a reasonable time as we had to be up early in the morning. The Braemar was due to dock in Banjul, the Gambia, which would increase our “countries visited” total to ...

How Green is My Valley

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 23, 2014

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... into the sea for a swim, but as far as I was concerned it was too windy/cool for that. Still it was very pleasant nonetheless, and certainly better than the January weather we’d get at home. :-)

Once we were all rounded up and back on the coach, we set off for the scenic two-hour ride back to the ship, occasionally stopping to stretch our legs and take photographs. Several times we saw young goatherds driving their charges along ...

Andrea and Ken meet a little bit of Africa

A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 28, 2013

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This has to be the most unique Thanksgiving that Ken and Andrea have ever spent. We arrived in Mindelo, Cape Verde early in the morning. It is a very dry island, in fact the history of the island involves long periods of famine when the expected rains do not come. There are 10 islands in the Republic of Cabo Verde. The uninhabited islands were discovered by the Portugese in the 15th century and colonized by them. The islands became important as a ...

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