of the Moors.
One may begin to eat oranges at Fayal in November; but no discriminating person eatsernors, with the aid of local legislatures.
Fayal stands, with Pico and San Jorge, rather isolatIt is inevitable that even the genteel life of Fayal should share this parsimony.
As a general ru sailors form a sort of humbler aristocracy in Fayal, and are apt to pride themselves on their supe advantage of climate.
The higher classes of Fayal are feeble and sickly; their diet is bad, they Portuguese neighbors, and an evening party in Fayal is in some respects worth describing.
As one tions.
Nearly all the popular amusements in Fayal occur in connection with religion.
After the holic countries, and many that are peculiar to Fayal: we saw the Procession of the Empress, when, fand watched the sunset over the lower peaks of Fayal; we kindled fires of faya-bushes on the lonelycoming when we must bid good-by to picturesque Fayal.
We had been there from November to May; it h[18 more...]