Our Daily Trips

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25.09.13 – 26.09.13

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An diesen beiden Tagen war es in der Marina von Calheta sehr ruhig, doch dafür ging es auf dem Meer recht stürmisch zu. Deshalb blieben wir mit unseren beiden Booten im Hafen. Der geschützte Calheta – Strand entwickelte sich zum Meerwellenbecken. Für Madeira ist der Regen natürlich wunderbar. Und wie herrlich die Luft roch, ganz frisch und erdig in den Bergen. Ganz frisch und luftig am Meer. Und das besondere High light war das Gewitter am Abend. Hoffentlich hatten alle ein trockenes, gemütliches Plätzchen! Fotos sind von São 😉

On these two days it was very quiet around the Marina in Calheta, but the sea was not so calm. We could not do any trips with neighter one of the boats. The rain is very important for our island, to keep it green and full of flowers. Also it is very nice to have a few days to rest, smell the rain and the special high light was the thunderstorm in the evening. I hope everyone had a nice, warm, dry and cozy place to be. Pictures where taken by São 😉

Por estes dias a Marina da Calheta tem estado bem calma, ao contrário do mar, que tem estado bastante agitado devido ao vento  forte e chuva que se faz sentir, portanto não estamos a fazer viagens com nenhum dos barcos. A chuva é muito importante para a ilha da Madeira, senão esta não seria tão verde e bonita. É maravilhoso sentir o cheiro da chuva e da terra na serra e o fresco da brisa do mar na costa. O ponto alto desta noite foram as trovoadas, espero que todos tenham passado a noite num lugar quente e seco. As fotografias foram tiradas pela São.

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