Caloura Hotel Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... are enclosed with rock walls and filled with dairy cows and portable milking machines.
Now for the 5 day crossing of the Atlantic in a ship (Another thing to check off our list!) We thought the high seas may continue but to our surprise we spent 5 days on beautiful calm to moderate seas. It was amazing to know you are in the middle of an ocean. Day after day the water became bluer and the grey skies eeked out more blue. The pool opened ...
... and walking some of the dramatic coastline that these islands have to offer. It can be very spectacular although the weather hasn’t been as brilliant as we had hoped.The locals tell us that the low cloud and rain are ‘unseasonal’ but we hear that everywhere we go!
I must say both Bridget and I are looking forward to getting back into the sunny bays that the Med has to offer so the next update hopefully, should come from just such a place.
Well after 6 days at sea our Captain announced that he had found The Azores! A Captain with a sence of humor, a great fellow from Norway. Unfortunately our day in Ponta Delgarda did not have the best weather but we managed with rain at the start and the end, but lucky for us in between was fine. We went to see the hot springs, the Botanical Gardens, a tea plantation and a tea processing plant and then onto a 14th Century church. The hot springs were very ...
... this is common this time of year. Our flight will fine.
Traffic is non existent as we wind around the shoreline and then head up towards the hot springs. We see pasture after pasture of dairy cows grazing on the greenest grass, not the flattest pastures that's for sure but rolling. As we head, up, up, up we start getting into fog patches, some thicker than others and it gets difficult to see, we take our time. All of a sudden in front of us is ...
... location and there's nothing but 100 or so men singing at the Porto Formoso church. We saw them earlier trekking along the road, a pilgrimage of some sort, but no restaurant. We ask a women on the street if she knows where the restaurant is. That's a bit of a stretch, with our 'grasp' of the Portugeuse language every conversation is more like charades, but that's OK, we don't mind the challenge! Besides a smile works almost universally!
We do discover that ...