Furnas Lake Villas
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... I’ve always wanted to do these things but with my life at a hundred miles an hour back at home there simply isn’t a spare minute to actually do these things; in short, it’s bloody lovely to relax!
It’s coming to a point already where I’m bumping into people I’ve met over and over, although the ship is small it’s easy to loose people for days on end – after all there’s around 8 or 9 bars on board and everyone has a ...
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 ...
... or two. Can't take him anywhere! After dinner we were presented with our menus which had been signed by the captain as well as the photo that was taken before dinner which had all our names printed on it.
Ray, John is about $100 up at the casino but that can change at any time.
The best news of the day is that, in spite of 12 to 20 foot waves, my worst fears of sea-sickness have not materialized! Yay!
... dropped in a hole that has natural boiling water, then covered with mud. We know that you have to be careful walking around here, steam is escaping everywhere and water is literally boiling. Too hot to touch. The locals are happy to have this boiling water and hissing coming out of the ground. They are happy the volcano is releasing its pressure and not keeping it in, thus preventing any eruptions! The sun is not shining so we are unable to see the green ...
... We continue our wandering, not much open as it is Sunday afternoon. Our few wanderings of the world always leave me wondering why it seems only North Americans are so driven to BUY,BUY,BUY! The places we've been the commercial spaces are mostly understated and relaxed, and not 'boasting' about themselves at all. Oh well, I digress.
We stop to BUY a few more groceries before heading home. After checking out the Moray Eel (we took a pass on ...