On The Cap Of St. Vincent
Where the ancient world ends
is a bird flying round,
but he can't see abound.
Now he's calling his friends
with his twittering sound.
They gather together,
not thinkin' a thing,
heading west takin' wing,
not caring the weather,
just intending to bring …
… to bring new impressions,
explore new landscapes.
Over the ocean like shapes,
you feel your obsessions:
Your mind escapes!
Half a year ago we already visited an other [url=http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=6228e4ee-2e6d-4a0c-b8b4-aa24c21f7f0b&log=y]end of the world[/url]. It was pretty great to be there.
On our flight back to Germany we came along right here (see picture). We were looking down
and thought: "Whow, that seems to be an amazing place down there." Then we did not know yet,
that we should come here already a few month later (but that’s a different story)!
Today we can confirm: This is a extraordinary location!
On the cachesite we met cachingteam Lundyirish! Kind Regards to you!
When we visit Nendrum one day, we will contact you before our stay!
We spent 2 weeks here in Portugal and we had a wonderful time, not at last because of all those
geocaches, which showed us secret (and famous) places, that we wouldn't have visited otherwise.
Christiane & Udo from Berlin
[This entry was edited by Die Himbeeren on Friday, December 19, 2008 at 9:54:38 AM.]