Address: Areias de S. joao, Apt 2450 , Canico, Madeira, Madeira Islands, 12, Portugal | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Canico

Dropping out in Tomar

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jul 07, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... notices with words of wisdom such as 'Live your dream, not dream your life' are attached to trees, chickens strut about freely during the day, the loos and showers have an open to the elements feel to them (there are doors but not very substantial ones), they have a parrot near their house which wolf whistles as you go by, while up the hill there's a small church which chimes a tune on the hour and half-hour between 7am and 9pm. For our ...

Group entry: Bus rides, bones, and beaches

A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 03, 2015

2 comments, 25 photos

... until as late as the 1990s. Many are now national protected areas.

Most impressive, and well-known, is the Chapel of the Bones. This place had bones built into the area that would be the meditation room for the church people. They believed that your body is going to be gone when you die, the only thing left is the bones and the best way to get to heaven is to have a good soul that was prepared for eternity. They believed that by decorating the room with ...

Fatima pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by familymojo on May 12, 2015

10 photos

[Just a quick post to try to catch up. We may add more info and/or pictures later.]

In talking to some folks in heavily Catholic Portugal, we realized it would only take us about an hour and a half to get to Fatima, where some million pilgrims would coincidentally arrive the next day. You can read about the event on wikipedia's Our Lady of Fatima page.


Azores 500

A travel blog entry by ecburton on Apr 03, 2015

... glacier water and after having our feet in there for a few minutes they got kind of numb. There were tons of boulders covered in moss and everything was such a pretty green colour. It was a loop trail and on the way back we went through a little abandoned village and down a very steep cobble stone path (which explains why it is now abandoned) it was the perfect little walk.

After that was explored the east coast a bit, it is not a beachy tropical white sand ...

Easter in Fatima

A travel blog entry by thereays on Mar 29, 2013

... as we approach Fatima, it is not finished, and even the bits which are finished are not on our Satnav, so we end up being taken on a circuitous, very steep (often first gear) and twisting route. There is water running down the road like a small stream. Gives Kathleen a chance to get in the praying mood.
Fatima (N39 ...