Jardins d'Ajuda Suite Hotel I and II
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... to things we had just passed or which were out of sight.
"To the left is one of our magnificent cemeteries." All I could see was an ugly brick wall. "Everyone is buried in Madeira." Including live people? Novel approach. "And those little houses in the cemetery" What little houses, where? "That's where the coffins are put."
She then told this interminable story about how her parents-in-law wanted to be buried in a particular place ...
Wet sea-sprayed garments causes irritation and blistering when performing obsessive, compulsive tasks like rowing day and night across oceans. So Elin Haf Davies and her female row-mates, three blondes and a brunette, worked in the nude - weather permitting. One particularly wonderful day, somewhere in the middle of the Indian Ocean, the gals were all having a nice birthday ...
Funchal is the main city on the island of Madeira, a dependency of Portugal. It is off the African coast north of the Canary Islands. We were due to make landfall there on Wednesday, 21st October at 9am. Because of rough seas and slow progress we did not dock until 3pm. We then had until 7pm when we were due back on board to explore the town.
From the ship it appeared as a very pretty place, with houses ascending the green hillsides ...
With one of world’s mildest climates, Madeira known for its
great gardens with species from around the world as well as its unqiue native
flora. Two of the best gardens are in the hills above Funchal, the Monte Palace
Tropical Gardens and the Madeira Botanic Gardens. They are both most easily
reached by Gondola that begins at a park along sea front in Funchals’s old town
which whisks you up ...
Before becoming Prime Minister for a second time in 1951, Winston Churchill wanted to retreat somewhere ‘warm, bathable, comfortable and flowery’ where he could paint and work on his war memoirs. He traveled to Madeira and spent considerable time painting landscapes at Camara de Lobos.
We expected the Azores as our final stop before crossing the Atlantic, however due to the bad weather we found ourselves back ...