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In the beginning there was Paradise, but also the word. We put them together in the middle of the ocean and discovered rare vetnura which invade venthra, both inside and out. There are places that change us and travels that make us more than we were.
People we meet and will never forget. The place appears through the window. The journey begins here. Daylight fades as we arrive in the city, whose historical centre has been a World Heritage Site since The last rays of sun drain through the clouds.
The boy gave the girl a song and she had to answer, so there was a lot of poetry.
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Every singer is ibveja poet. Perhaps the most beautiful words are left unspoken. We are flesh and stone. Our eyes dive into the sea. Once in a while, as if by a miracle, the sun breaks through the grey curtain and shines bright on the green fields.
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The writer and teacher spoke for half an hour with no script and the country stopped to listen every Saturday night. We scout around the backyard like children playing a game, finding words, while our writers pose for the photographs, like well-behaved boys. The only thing better than this is the fried octopus specialty of the house and invwja ice-cold regional Magma white wine.
Master Zu jokes with his friend, saying he only opens his mouth to eat, which, in this case, is proof of great wisdom. A short minute trip whisks us through the heavens without ever losing sight of land.
After people settled here in the 15th century, there were four volcanic eruptions that changed the geography of the island. How do you explain, in times of the unknown, that one day the earth woke up angry and began spitting fire, destroying villages and lives, in this piece of paradise?
Later, from the terrace of the Ancoradouro restaurant, in the villageof Madalena, we see the lights of another island, Faial, the eternal rival with whom the picotos traded stones for land and wine for cereals: We return in silence, admiring the moon, like sleep, and listening to the voice of Pilar Silvestre quoting the verses of the Azorean poet Antero de Quental.
Curiously, the Eiffel Tower was inaugurated with verdelho from the island of Pico.
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Beneath the pouring rain we harvest the history of Pico wine in the museum inToledos. The museum occupies the old Convent of the Carmelites, which has been the subject of a divine modern architectural intervention and, guided by Manuel da Costa, the director, we have fun with the interactive toys and the twists and turns of a culture, of the vines, which UNESCO classified as World Heritage.
However, the best place to see this titanic struggle to get the better of indomitable nature is Moinho dos Frades. The vineyards ijveja behind the walls, which abound in this schizophrenic geography, and the mill welcomes the wind.
Revived by the hike and the wind blowing in our faces, we head mak and upwards. In Lajes do Pico, the village with the greatest whaling tradition, we have a lavish lunch in the private room of the Lagoa restaurant, where we discover cavacos tasty cousins of the lobsterthe unexpected salad of rocaz regional fish and octopus cooked in wine, among other delicious fare.
Thankfully we have the brandy and a visit to the tourist shops in the town where whale bone souvenirs are plenty. As we climb, we are enveloped by the mist that hides the mountain, making it invisible; from omnipresent to non-existent much like the laurel forest.
We weigh anchor in the lovely town of Hortaas evening falls. Then came navigators and spies. All the underwater telegraph cables linking Europe and America passed by Faial, which meant, of course, that the great telegraph companies set up on the island.
We sleep in the magnificent Pousada da Horta, housed in a 16th century fort built on the bay, from where you can see the yachts veentura sailboats from the world over that populate the marina, and far beyond the channel, once again, the cloud-covered summit of Pico: Then we catch the bus to the Capelinhos volcano, which awoke one morning in September and went back to sleep 13 months later, changing the anatomy of Faial and its residents forever.
A strange lunar landscape, which can be surveyed from the excellent Capelinhos Screto Interpretation Centre, a buried building where we take a journey of the senses to the centre of the earth, around volcanic phenomena and the origin of the Azores. A UP Magazine colocou cookies no seu computador para ajudar a melhorar este site.
In Vfntura he has also written for the Expresso weekly. In his extensive literary work, in addition to children’s books, humour and comics, he has several best-sellers. Among his writing, Crime e Castigo and Inveja: Mal Secreto are the most popular.
Life gives me pleasure. In short, about life.