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Today is beautiful we are enjoying the smallest country in the world,Madeira. We're at the MacCafe for a nice cappuccino and free internet. We plan to walk around before we have to get back on board for yet another sea day. I'll report about the wonders of sea days ...
Spent the day wandering around Madeira. We purchased tickets for the hop on bus again and saw all the interesting points on the small island. We returned to the ship for the sail away at 4 pm. Had a lovely drink by the pool accompanied by a steel band as we watched Madeira fade in the distance. Lovely day. ...
... below, where we could stand on a dizzying glass-floored overhang. A few of our group couldn't bring themselves to do it. Another cool attraction that day was a ride in a go-cart-like buggy which careened down a steep street being 'driven' by 2 men wearing straw hats and gondolier-like outfits. I know that it sounds strange, but it actually was a lot of fun with a hint of danger, and a must-do kind of a thing.
Back on the ship afterwards, ...
... started ‘ Let me tell you a story ‘bout a man named Ged…’ Straight away we both recognised the theme
tune from the 60s sitcom ‘The Beverley
Hillbillies’ about a family of rednecks who discover oil (Texas Gold!!) and
move to millionaires row in Beverley Hills but bring with them their country
bumkin values and way of life. We decided to enter the competition. The following
morning, on the day of arrival in Madeira we switched the ...
... the Port, we enjoyed some wifi and got a bit caught up with emails, etc.
However, by the time we re-boarded the Norwegian Star, we were ready to take the last leg (6 day leg) to our beautiful home in Florida.
Love, Steve and Ginny