Pestana Porto Santo All Inclusive & Spa Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... still turn red whenever I put my card in.
Anyway, last night I found I had a loose ten pound note in my jacket pocket. I gave it to Lance and said "put this on your account, you add ten pounds to it then put the twenty pounds in the machine and we'll split any winnings." He did this and on the very first spin of the wheels he won a £70 jackpot.
What is going on? That's the second time I've won money ...
... down the corridor. "You must go down there, deck A forward. They will let you off there. Go on," she insisted waving her walkie talkie at us. Now Min was having to walk as they don't allow wheelchairs on this trip and she was already in pain. Walking down the length of the ship did not help her, and we found ourselves with a gaggle of other bewildered people, who it turned out had already been to the other gangway and were turned back by other ...
... use of the wifi to check emails and bring the diary up to date. Back on board we enjoyed a snack on our balcony and watched the preparations for sail away. Then had a while with our books and watched the Wales vs S Africa rugby game. Cocktail party with the senior officers before dinner and show completed another fun and busy ...
... short one on
Ponta Sao Lourenco, Madeira’s skinny eastern peninsula that points toward
Morocco. While near the sea and technically not high altitude, nevertheless
most of trail was up and down and with lots of steeps. The incredibly scenery on
the island looks a lot like the Na’pali Coast of Kauai in Hawaii. As I was walking
on trails along steep cliffs I kept thinking of that 1970s show Fantasy Island
that opened ...
... gained knowledge and experience plying the routes of the island's sugar trade. When sugar declined, the island's famed wines continued to provide a robust trade. By the late 18th century, Madeira's mild climate, rocky peaks, and lush valleys provided a winter haven to Europe's aristocrats. Visitors still flock to the island today, drawn by its scenery and its weather.
Funchal is noted for its superb hand-embroidery and wicker ware, both Madeira specialties. The ...