Wanderlust Azores- What Terceira is All About and Good Bye 2015!

This post marks the end of my incredible vacation at the Terceira island in the Azores Archipelago, Portugal. This is also my 300th post on this blog. I am a little sad to say good bye to the beautiful island but am very happy to say good bye to 2015. Today ends a very challenging year for me. I am looking forward to a new adventure in 2016.

This trip has been amazing and here is what I think captures the soul of Terceira:
imageWhaling and fishing tradition in a picturesque villageimageLushly green rolling hillsimageMobile milking of the cowsimageAll the delicious milk products: milk, butter, cheese, and yogurt.imageFriendly animals on the roadway (cows, goats, cats, dogs), anytime of the dayimageBreathtaking coastlines and rock formationimageBoats and bays – all water, all the timeimageBiscoitos’ swimming basin, complete with crystal clear aquamarine water and yellow ocean foamsimageBiscoitos’ dramatic landscape and north Atlantic waves punishing the basalt rocksimageVast and colorful sky that bewitches the mindimageSunsets that touch the soul and make me cry. Pictures are terribly inadequate to properly convey the beauty of this island.

Good bye, Azores. Good bye, 2015.

Cheers to more spectacular journeys in 2016.

Love and peace to all my new and loyal readers. ❤❤❤ Happy New Year!

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I am a New Yorker who flies home to Taiwan in the Summer. I absolutely believe food is one of the most pleasurable things in life. Hence, my chronicle of anticipated glorious food experiences.

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