One of the nine Azorean islands
“On behalf of Captain Flip Flop and his crew I would like to thank you for flying with us today.”
Really? Did I just fly with Señor Flip Flop? Probably not, but if that’s not his name, it sounds very much like it.
Filling up with water on Pico island
We did a quick drop-off-pick-up in Terceira island on the way here, and now it’s less than an hour before next take off: to Lisboa!
After two flights this morning; Toulouse-Lisboa and Lisboa-Terceira we now have a few hours to spend at this little airport.
We’ve taken a short walk to get some fresh air and see a little of the sourroundings, and are amazed by the fact that people are living in houses just across the street from the entrence of the airport.
The departure area in Terceira airport
Houses and a purple restaurant across the street from the entrence hall
And in a roundabout we met a truck with a bull standing on a trailer and laughed a little about how wonderful it is with the country living that seems to be the case here.
A bull on a trailer
So, with two hours time difference we probably need to wait a little longer before having lunch. And then
we’ll board the last flight.
//Anders and Wivan
Road sign at the highway