Crioula Clubhotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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Travel Blogs from Santa Maria
... on our way to the Canary Islands and there will be some swell but as we approach the Canaries we will encounter a high pressure system and the weather will improve. At the moment, in our cabin, the ship is moving around quite a lot. Cape Verde Islands to Lisbon That night and part of the following day, the ship bumped around a little but as the day progressed the weather improved and the day after, 19th, the sea became calm with only a light wind. The temperature ...
... on the Verandah deck with cocktails and a good book and more music to say farewell to Cape Verde. An interesting little island well worth a short visit to understand how little some people have to survive on. It sort of makes you feel guilty for tucking into your five course meal but at least we added a little tourism money to their economy.
I managed a dip in the ship's pool today which was alarmingly cool to begin with but ...
... gym regime with the help of my faithful IPOD, although one morning when I threw myself out of bed to "just do it" (quote Michelle Bridges), I found myself smiling on the treadmill as Kylie Minogue was belting out a song about feeling it in the “jawbone, temple bone, collarbone, backbone etc”. I don't think she was referring to me and my rather stiff and aching body, a consequence of the previous nights dancing, however! The next day James Blunt seemed far more ...
- Stopped in Cape Verde Islands, traveled southwest and reached the coast of Brazil towards Cape St. Augustine
- The rest of the voyage was disrupted but claimed to continue South
Luckily as I wander around like an ant who's lost his trail, I bump into the uncle from that day! He shouts "ABIL!!!" (what feels like half way across town to someone used to quiet Swedes whose idea of an emotional outburst equals sending in a complaint to the local newspaper) and from around the corner comes the big serious man, his little boy Bruno lights up as he sees me. One out of two ain't ...