Jardins d'Ajuda Suite Hotel I and II
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... eight days at sea.
This island is lush with vegitation and is rightfully known as the Hawaii of Europe. We took a bus tour of the Island. Our guide is ...
... surrounded by luscious gardens and filled with flowers. There were indeed a lot of English and Welsh folk, but once again we were mistaken for Germans - it must be our clothing, blond hair and blue eyes. As hymns were sung we swayed back and forth, not in time to the music but because after the rougher sea from Lanzarote dry land felt like the rocking deck to us! The reading told of Jesus meeting the two men on the road to ...
... which dwarfed our ship, making it look like a small tug boat.
Following a walk around at the top and admiring the views and taking some stunning photographs, which we'll bore you with when we're back home, we made our way to the very famous toboggan ride which took us down the mountain, on a traditional road that it shares with cars - who'd have thought? In a two person wicker basket, we were pulled down by two local men who, along with hundreds of others, make ...
... top of this hilly island to Monte which is supposed to be very picturesque followed by a walk around at the top in the gardens to take in the view. The good part is the ride down the mountain to Livramento in a wicker sled or toboggan which is apparently a lot of fun although a bumpy ride.
Barcelona is still 6 days away and then the anguish of departing this magnificent vessel kicks in. However we are looking forward to spending Easter in that fabulous city.
"Oh! I see a church! Keep going! Keep going! I can see people! I see people going down on toboggans!"
Our rental cars do an interesting thing - the engine turns off when we stop at a red light. They start again when the clutch is used. Street names are often dates, so you might turn right at Fifteenth Of September.