Estalagem Senhora da Rosa
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... has been drawn back to reveal the clear blue sky, and this means that we now have a ship full of bad tempered, stupid old people - without any clothes on.
Dear God preserve me, you've never seen so much saggy flesh in one place in your life. It looks like a convention of leather goods manufacturers trying on the raw materials. Folds of flesh have folds of flesh, bosoms bang against ankles and men can tuck their nipples under their armpits. And there is no escaping ...
... geometric design. The people are friendly and don't appear to be claustrophobic from living on a small island so far out in the ocean.
In front of the Town Hall there is an arch where tradition calls for lovers to walk through holding hands and it guarantees that their love will last forever. Debby and I didn't need to do it but we went through anyway.
How clean is this place? They hand vacuum the streets every day. See picture below.
... the day and stop and talk with people you know or stop and join some friends for a drink in the evening.
Of course there are a few 'interesting’ aspects of a transatlantic cruise….First of all there are hairdos and fashion that spans the last 4 decades. Some individuals are completely oblivious to lining up or taking turns. Advanced age brings the freedom and permission to wear ...
... to our room shortly afterwards and we enjoy this on the balcony as we watch small fishing boats set out from the harbour into the open seas. Just before 8am we head down to the Lyric Theatre on Deck 4 so that we can hand in our tour tickets in exchange for our group stickers for our trip today. Rebeira Grande & Fire Lake. The trip includes a visit to Rebeira Grande, the 2nd largest town on the north coast of the island, followed by an ascent up into the mountains to see what ...
... the jagged peaks and clear blue water made me feel as if I were landing right outside of Jurassic Park. My stay would be much more brief and organized than the Corsican excursion.
As soon as I walked into the airport, I headed straight for the restroom. Restrooms are some of the most immediate indicators of one’s departure from the U.S. Sometimes I get a little ...