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Travel Blogs from Gaula
... one of the local cemeteries.
Next, we went downtown where the flower festival had just taken place over the weekend.
Our tour ...
... hours of work! The challenge was then on and the bag has now been made to the Italians exacting standard. It hasn't all been work though Rhianwyn read 3 books in as many days before embarking on 'War and Peace' and John is also on his fourth book. As we sank our weary frames into bed at the end of a hard day of sight seeing and relaxing we drifted off to sleep as the boat rocked like a jelly on a plate. Not a great deal, but enough to be ...
... side, Spain on the other and the Rock in the middle. Magnificent sight. As we sat on the verandah last night having dinner, we watched the most spectacular sunset amid the best dolphin show after earlier seeing several whales and a beautiful Orca! You couldn't have written a better script.
So tonight is our last night and we prepare to leave this magnificent vessel tomorrow morning and start the next leg and final leg of this fabulous holiday. Barcelona and then Dubai.
... top of this hilly island to Monte which is supposed to be very picturesque followed by a walk around at the top in the gardens to take in the view. The good part is the ride down the mountain to Livramento in a wicker sled or toboggan which is apparently a lot of fun although a bumpy ride.
Barcelona is still 6 days away and then the anguish of departing this magnificent vessel kicks in. However we are looking forward to spending Easter in that fabulous city.
"Oh! I see a church! Keep going! Keep going! I can see people! I see people going down on toboggans!"
Our rental cars do an interesting thing - the engine turns off when we stop at a red light. They start again when the clutch is used. Street names are often dates, so you might turn right at Fifteenth Of September.