Quinta da Terca
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... What about you Lance? Are you prepared to give it a go?"
He looked at me blankly then said. "Yeah, s'alright. If you like."
So that's decided then. From now on we're going to make the very best of the rest of this holiday. It's going to be great. I'm sorry for all you people who have been enjoying me having a miserable time, but from now on it's going to happy, cheerful, positive ...
... with the walking stick flailing uselessly in the air. If you're lucky they'll give a glancing blow with their walking stick to another passing geriatric.
Then there's the "pinball special". Here competitors must not be using walking aids nor be holding on to the handrails. Being determined to not let the movement of the ship beat them they are steadfastly walking down the centre of the aisle. Then the ship takes a severe lurch to ...
... day. The King of Portugal had it built with the intention of it being the finest hotel in Europe but there was a revolution just before it was completed and Portugal became a republic. The bedrooms were completely rebuilt in 2006 but the wonderful public rooms and grand staircase were left untouched. We have a snack lunch and then go to the pool. In the evening we have a lovely dinner in the grand sining room and finish off with a port on the terrace as it is our last night in ...
Home cooked brekky! Oh man - real brekky and hot. And buddy toasted bread we got from the bar last night on the heater. And ........... it was wonderful to have a heater to start the day. So cold!
We started this trip with it much hotter than expected - both thought woohoo lots of sun baking opportunities - problem was were we going to get a bed so onward ho! Then when we did secure a bed there was nowhere near these villages to sun bake anyway like we had last year. So we ...
... she was coming down then. This fellow must have been parked up from the night before and spoke to us from his car but when we said we spoke little Spanish he gave up, we got organised and left for the next village and coffee! It seems a holiday today here - May Day? - lots of cyclists on the track today.
Now the notes said we had a downhill after the village - NOT - still more climb and its raining and its misting - we dropped from over 1000m to about ...