Hotel Apartamentos Gaivota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We finished up in town and went up to a panoramic view point where the wind almost made us sisters to Mary Poppins. I noticed a golf course on route down, so of course Rui had to stop in and make the golf pro open the shop. Then I had to buy a couple ball markers. Beautiful course that is rated number 2 in Portugal, but no one was playing in the hurricane. We ended the day with a wine tour at the only vineyard on the island. Was beautiful and all organic. We got to see ...
... a hot waterfall for a 'natural' massage. Of course, with the dark, mineral water one couldn't see where to out her feet (and there were boulders). We made it to the waterfall and got pummelled hardily. Made us laugh. The hot pool was great. We struggled back into our clothes and headed back in the rain. So why bother changing out of bathing suits you ask? Good question. Back to the hotel for rest, wine and food. Another tour tomorrow, so stay tuned . . ...
... On our way back we stopped at one of the largest hotels in the small city for a tasting of their local wines and cheeses. They make quite good wines and flavourful soft cheeses. This last stop before our crossing had everyone checking emails and downloading everything they needed. Fortunately, the hotel had quite fast internet and I was able to upload more library ...
... Africa on the BBC, or Despicable Me. Since Africa isn't one of our ports Despicable Me won. After that high quality entertainment was over a bike ride was calling. When I got back to the cabin Donna dozed off to Skyfall. I had to put off bed to watch James Bond run around London to places we may see tomorrow. London was saved, so off to ...
... of the local strawberry wine to bring back to Canada.
So, on we go, this time to Faja de Baixo and the pineapple plantation. The pineapples from here are highly coveted for their taste and beauty. We take a self-guided tour, did you know it takes over 18 months for each pineapple to reach maturity, one per plant. How can it possibly be profitable? Then we look through the gift shop. Donna has a sip of pineapple liqueur - may be an acquired ...