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... and 4 more days!!
Our favourite cocktail is the caipirinha, made with local Brazilian rum, sugar syrup and fresh limes, shaken with ice and served in a tall glass, we loooove it and have one every night!
... free to go! No customs - as that is done on your first entry into Europe.
This was a long trip for us: 5 airports, 4 flights, 4 security checks, 2 customs and I (Sherrie) received 4 pat downs and 2 wands for me and 4 wands and screens for the laptop! Guess I look a bit fishy to them! Walter got ZERO pat downs - even though we were flying together!
Getting to our car rental place was ...
... the most memorable nights of abroad.
We spent over an hour at the first bar and were given enough free shots/drinks to where we were all walking the line between tipsy and drunk. I made friends with a handful of Danes, a few British girls, the redheaded bar crawl leader, but unfortunately not the incredibly attractive guy in the Nicce sweatshirt. Ajay also may or may not have broken the toilet seat in the ...
... and had an iced latte Dinner Starter. Prawn cocktail (I asked for this as didn't fancy the other options) Main. Slow cooked short ribs of beef with cheese, mashed potatoes and butter glazed carrots (absolutely delicious, melted in the mouth!) Dessert. Limoncello panna cotta with yellow peach coulis and orange segments After dinner, sat out on deck for an hour or ...
... a walking tour with five young people from Quebec. We walked to the market, a place brimming with fruit, veggies, cheese, meat and fish. The fish was a little overpowering. Jacqui and I came back to buy some olives, cheese and bread, great investment. She took us to Picasso's birth home, church and museum. Pointed out good locations for cafe and ice cream, an enjoyable walk.
In the evening, Jacqui and I set off on a ...