It's been a busy week
on the diplomatic front but, unfortunately, no breakthrough.
Following my visit with
Tony Blair, the British Prime Minister, and the Pope a couple of
weeks ago, Mr Blair asked your uncle Greg if I could go with him
to the Azores to meet with President Bush and the Spanish Prime
Minister. So, Greg said "yes" and I jetted off to the
summit meeting. Unfortunately, I wasn't actually allowed into the
negotiations themselves as they were very important but I did get
to stand with the others when our photos were taken (as you can
see, I am standing in President Bush's pocket). So, while they were
talking I was able to go around and about and have a little look
at the Azores. So, here are some questions which you can see if
you can find the answers to:
(1) Which country do
the Azores belong to?
(2) Where are they? (Find them on a map)
(3) What is the highest peak on the islands and how tall is it?
(4) How many people live on the Azores according to the 1991 census?
(5) What's the climate in the Azores like? What is the average minimum
and maximum temperatures?
See what you can find
out at www.drtacores.pt
Catch you later. Your