Casa La Palma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... had a local guide show us around. He was the cutest man and sounded exactly like Yoda. He is very small and older, and his English was always oddly phrased pieces of advice, once again exactly like Yoda. We visited a shop that has 50 women who hand weave blankets and scarves, and the owner gave us a demonstration. Unfortunately, I didn't have room in my suitcase to bring one back to the US. After this tour we had free time to shop around the town, which is an experience. In ...
... it’ he said, and too late to look for an alternative camp I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry. So deciding we’d use our own facilities he told him we’d stay for one night only. He wouldn’t leave us alone, there were forms to sign, a commentsbook to write in, (obviously pity comments because there was nothing derogatory), ‘a photo for face by WD"> book’ click went the camera as I was ...
caught a bus to an ancient Roman site called Conimbriga. Most of it seemed to
be built around the 1st century AD. There were beautiful mosaics on
the floors in some of the remains of houses. The best of them were under a big
expanse of roof, which helps preserve the colours. There is also a museum at
Conimbriga, in which they had displays of earthenware pots & tools from the
Roman times. I walked through a park along the river for a ...
... the shops in the Median. We even witness a funeral procession through the Median, but no women in the procession.
A very different culture. But the difference that ...
... sweet red sherry cream, Katie and I thought was so delicious that we went straight to buy 2 bottles. After a taxi, two buses, a ferry, a private van and 7 hours later we were in Africa! More specifically Chefchaouen, Morocco. As we were driving through the streets of the city, we were unsure about what we would find as some of the areas looked pretty poor. But when we stepped through the gates to our accommodation we were all blown away ...