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Found it fogg found "Géiser"

Wednesday, February 11, 2015Arquipélago da Madeira, Portugal

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We thouhgt we could see something more spectacular. We would have loved to see a geysir bubling up and down. But we sure had a lot of fun calculating the amount of water and testing its temperatur. Andrea even tasted this water coming out of mother Earth womb. Yummie!

Afterwards we took a stroll along the levada and felt a bit being back in Tasmania. The scrub here and there has a lot in commen.

Thanks for bringing us here!

Fogg & Consortin

Cold or warm?

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