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... It was a great way to experience the food & culture of Lisbon. During our walk went past an ice cream parlour which she told us was the best place in Lisbon for ice cream, so after meeting back. Up with our intrepid group for dinner, Kate, Brook & I all headed back there for desert. We were glad we went back, it was the perfect reward after such a full on day! It's fair to say we both ate and drank way too much today, but it was worth ...
... of Gaia. People were flocking to the beaches because it was some sort of holiday; some of the beaches were just gorgeous with rock formations and it was a very pretty scene they way they were dotted with colorful beach umbrellas. A lot of people also had these nifty wind screens they set up- that would come in handy in Coronado! After awhile we stopped for a beer at a beachside cafe, then turned around and headed back toward Porto. The bike rental guy had recommended that we stop ...
... though they just knew that I wasn’t really American. But, that bothered me. Why should it matter where I was born? Is my identity based on my passport, the fact that it is blue and not reddish burgundy like the Spanish one? Does our citizenship influence our identity? These questions are hard to answer, even for myself. They are things to ponder and the answers will undoubtedly vary from person to person.
... and yet another custard tart, and came back to veg in the hotel until it hopefully clears up again, as we are meeting Miguel tonight for dinner (just Amr and I - Joanna is with her friends) and would like to walk to our meeting place along the Avenida da Liberdade to complete our sightseeing of Lisbon! Rain comes and goes very quickly here, so we hope to be lucky. But here in Southern Portugal ...
... with 20/30 out of 120+. We didn't mind we got a whole room to our selves. I would hate to see what it is like in peak season. Our stay in Lagos mainly consisted of sleeping until 10-12 am, going to the beach, eating at about 4, napping at 6, dinner at 7, drinking games by 9 in the hostel and then bar hoping at 11 till when everything closes at 4am. We would always leave 20mins early because we wanted a kebab. We meet some really great people but only for a day here or ...