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... each) to do it again?
Finally, the coach left and the Guide introduced herself as Doris and the driver as Rrrroy. I have no idea why she said his name with a load of 'r's at the front. By now not only was it raining but mist had turned into fog as we climbed tiny winding streets through the town. Doris had a jolly sounding patter, but although her English was very good it was difficult to understand what she was saying. And she constantly seemed to ...
... was preventable. I kept my mouth shut and couldn't wait to hear Elin's second lecture. This time it was the Indian Ocean. She and three other gals rowed from Australia to Africa. The four of them completed this much longer journey in about the same time as it took Elin and her other amiga to cross the Atlantic.
Limited distribution - sent after our return to the New World
... the bus back to the ship. It had been a pleasant stop and a place I would love to visit again with more time for exploring.
We came back to a Spanish night in the restaurant and the food was better and very enjoyable. Then into the Astor Lounge for a Mediterranean Quiz. We were only allowed a team of four so we palled up with Judy and Roger. We didn’t win but it was fun trying. It had been good to walk on dry land again and Funchal was ...
... land reclamation. Some
historical documents signed by Portuguese royals appear to have granted the
fort national sovereignty as the principality of Pontinha, a claim revived in
recent years by a descendent Prince Renato Barros. So if Pontinha eventually
does qualify as a sovereign nation and is recognized as such by anyone other than
The Guinness Book of World Records, it will be my 75th country.
Funchal is the largest city, the municipal seat and the capital of Portugal's Autonomous Region of Madeira. The city has a population of 111,892 and has been the capital of Madeira for more than five centuries. From the Portuguese word "funcho" (fennel) and the suffix "-al",
to denote "a plantation of fennel", Funchal is also the leading Portuguese port on cruise liner dockings. Funchal has a mild Subtropical climate with evenly temperatures all year round. Wikipedia