Jardins d'Ajuda Suite Hotel I and II
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... allowed to look at them. They specialise in a flat bread roll which is cut in half and then smothered with garlic butter. Very nice. Surprisingly didn't see much Madeira cake. The main reason for our visit to Madeira was to have a look at the madeira Wine the island is famous for. In Australia we make (or thought we made) a Madeira style of fortified wine using Verdelho grapes. Real Madeira is a little different. There are 4 styles of Madeira ranging ...
... and different styles of gardens. A few highlights
are the formal gardens, the topiaries, a section devoted to native Madeiran
species, and a large collection of succulents from around the world. I was
particularly impressed by the various species of bananas and Strelitzias
(bird-of-paradise plants). You usually only see the ones with orange flowers,
but there are other varieties with flowers of other colors.
... consumption, and electricity generation. Being a more modern contruction, this tunnel was a higher one so didn’t involve the long distance squatting and ducking to avoid bumping my head the way as required for the tunnels on the walk along the older levada. There are no lights in the tunnels, so having a torch/flashlight of some sort is essential. Fortunately, I always travel with a small headlight I use for setting up my tent when I’m camping.
... br> the sea for hundreds of feet and the main road goes through the ridges between
valleys in tunnels rather than over them. The north side of the island is the
lush and rainier part, its true windward side.
Porto Cruz is a coastal village in one of the valleys where
we stopped at Companha do Engenhos do Norte, a small rum producer that
transforms island sugarcane through fermenting and distillation processes into
the potent spirit used ...
... spent some time here drinking and painting the harbour views. The Last Emperor, poor old Charles of Austria lived (loved?) out the rest of his days here in exile, and is interred in the church on the lush and forgiving mountain. The mountain peaks rise to 1,200 metres. The climate is ‘proper’ Mediterranean with 90 days of rain per year. Many tunnels and impressive bridges enable vehicles to seamlessly traverse the otherwise problematic terrain. I saw many 1990 ...