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Part of our return route to the airport was on a toll road. All rental cars have a windshield sticker identifying the car, which is recorded when passing a toll camera. We thought that was most up to date, and were quite impressed. Then we were told that you have to go to any post office in the country at least three days after passing a toll camera (but not more ...
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have found a part of myself in spain that I didn’t think I could and I am so
excited for the things I am able to accomplish now. While we were sitting there
a young Arabic man took interest in me… although I was really freaked out when
we came coming up to me explaining I was the moon in his sky and that he wanted
to marry me and take me back to Libya, Tamar and Amanda thought it was cute and
reminded me that when we get home that attention wont ...
... things seem to make such a big difference. Would my trip have been even more special if I had an immaculate stamp of the date and other irrelevant information in Portuguese?
After being cleared and having minimal inspection of my goods, I hopped onto the metro. I could feel people looking me up and down-it’s my pet peeve. What does one do when one is being stared at? Stare back? Twitch to make them look away? Maybe that would just invite ...
... bit of everything.
Overall, Sintra was a reasonable town, but the drizzle and low fog did definitely dampen our spirits (quite literally dampened)! We returned and checked in to the Hotel which reminds me of a Portarlington beach shack, it just had that weird summer holiday beach shack feel. We relaxed in the shack for a couple of hours before dining at the Restaurante Tulhas. I ordered a grilled lamb with rice, chips ...
Lisbon, the capital of Portugal is older than both Rome and Paris. We sailed up the Tagus River around 8am and got a great view of many of the cities monuments. The 30degC that was forecast turned out to be horribly incorrect. The day was freezing and we were wrapped up in four layers of clothing. We are light on clothing for these colder days. Mike has a pair of those zip on/off travel pants and I have improvised with ...