Quinta da Graca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tsked at me and said that she had felt the same in the US. She wasn’t able to wear the clothes she wanted. She loved being back in India where she could wear what she felt comfortable in and be around the same. This struck a cord for me. I hadn’t thought of the US as a place where you couldn’t wear what you wanted. I know there are so many styles and each might have their own thoughts of what is right and wrong within their style-bracket…but it isn’t ...
... was divine earls was painful!! We ventures out for dinner to Fatima's corner. Greek style souvlaki chips rice and tsatskiki and a beer each for £6!!! Also got some black trousers each. We bumped into Molly and Adam in the bar so had a drink and then some shots of rum. Fell into bed ...
... and restaurants, however, the beach itself was nothing comparing to Baga. I guess that a lot of people ruin a little bit of the essence of the beach, but still it was a nice place to visit.
Our last stop was the Chapora Fort which like many forts around was used long time ago to defend the coastline. Nowadays it was just the ruins of the fort with a few people visiting. From the parking lot to the fort there wasn´t really a path, it was just an uphill way covered by ...
... we begin the actual volunteering. We both locked in the woman's outreach project and the slum. We haven't got heaps of ideas yet however, a few people suggested getting the girls in the outreach project to learn a modern pop song or teach us how to tie a sari. But we still need heaps more ideas, so if anyone has any we'd love to hear them! We hope that everyone's weekends came even close to as good as ours was! Love to everyone, Alex & ...
... is a new perspective. We have both travelled on a
budget before and don’t expect much, but traveling with kids seem to bring on a
few “first world problems”.
For example I can’t see us travelling by bus as Hannah Sofia
is unable to sit still for more than two minutes at the time. And besides we
already need to review our excessive luggage. I have no idea how it multiplied
since leaving Streatham!