Residencial Sete Cidades
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... be off to explore.
The one thing that all the islands seem to have in common is blue hydrangeas. They appear to grow wild, in hedges high up in the hills and are quite beautiful. An unusual sight for us as they are very hard to grow in English gardens unless your soil is alkaline!
In a few days I will be flying back to England whilst Peter and the boys take White Rose back to the Mediterranean. It will give me a chance to visit family, and get some Marmite to take back!!!
... two Chinese fellows here to teach them about growing tea, an industry that has flourished, so apart from the tea their main industry is dairy production. The cows are black and white so you can imagine how pretty it looks with the rolling green pastures and the beautiful herds of cattle every where. There is about 150,000 people on Ponta Delgarda and we were told the cows out number them. They are having a car rally here between the 15th and 17th and I am ...
Very cloudy this morning, so no sunrise. Breakfast uneventful. Went by the library for Donna to pick up her daily puzzles, and people watch for entertainment. About 11:15 it was time for our port lecture on Copenhagen. We put off lunch, because I thought a nap was more important. Donna did her daily puzzles while I counted lifeboats in ...
... It was very cool to see them growing in a greenhouse since they don't grow well at home. We then drove up into the mountains to see two lakes that we knew we only had a snowball chance of seeing to start with. Well you guessed it, an hour drive and we couldn't see the wipers on our windshield. We didn't even get off the bus. Preferring instead to eat cookies as our bus mates bought postcards of what they couldn't see. On our way back in our driver ...
Today was a 'shopping' day. We were on the lookout for locally made products and handicrafts. We started with a trip to the 2nd tea plantation still operating on Sao Miguel - 'Gorreana'. No guided tour here, you just kind of wander around and up in the tea room/gift shop. They did have packs of tea bags here, not just loose leaf.
Next we stop at a ceramics factory outside Ribeira Grande. If you want custom tiles come here, they'll do up ...