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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!!!
Well after 6 days at sea our Captain announced that he had found The Azores! A Captain with a sence of humor, a great fellow from Norway. Unfortunately our day in Ponta Delgarda did not have the best weather but we managed with rain at the start and the end, but lucky for us in between was fine. We went to see the hot springs, the Botanical Gardens, a tea plantation and a tea processing plant and then onto a 14th Century church. The hot springs were very ...
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 ...
... see. I did manage to see a tanker off in the distance. Our captain told us at noon the marine traffic would start to pick up the closer we get to the English Channel. He has become our other source of entertainment. Everyday at noon he comes on the PA to give us updates on our location, weather, etc. A couple of days ago he told us the spotted a cargo ship that morning, but it wasn't important because we would never see them again anyway. To much time at sea gives you a sense ...
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