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... m not sure I'd want to go a day's journey in that little boat, let alone all the way to Africa!), all the way to big military frigates with dozens of cannons from the 20th century.
Lisbon is very full of life! We went into the city (about 45 min from our campground) on 4 separate days and in that time saw 2 parades, multiple live bands, flea markets, roving bands of scouts ...
... a tourist trolley, you can be there waiting for more than an hour. Here's an idea: Increase the number of trolleys!
* I really hate your cobblestone streets. They aren't the nice big cobblestones; they are the horrible, little cobblestones that hurt your feet, twist your ankles and destroy your roll bags (luggage). Try paving your roads.
* Holy ****, get some street signs!
* Next to Nicaragua and Fiji, Lisbon is the hottest place on Earth.
* There is only ...
... we were pleasantly surprised by the size and less-is-more stylishness of our private double. We felt at home immediately. We made it over to Pingo Doce and bought some things for dinner from its deli.
We have just three days left in Portugal and we touched bases with Rick to coordinate a meet-up. We'll meet him for dinner in a couple of days.....
August 14th & 15th LISBON
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... laid off in the economic downturn and decided to go for it and start their own tour company. They both grew up in the Douro Valley and wanted to share their passion for the area with tourists, and there really weren't any other companies doing the type of tours they thought would be the most successful. Ana asked us right away how they could tailor the tour for us, and we told her that we would prefer tasting table wines rather than port, so she got on the phone to make some ...
... and evening drinks and writing blog entries of course (and we have made very good use of it)!
Paulo, our Airbnb host is an interesting guy. A journalist who travels a lot to war torn areas, most recently Egypt and the Ukraine. He has been nice and helpful, but quite different to Nicola in London. He is really keeping out of our way. Offering help if we need it, but really leaving it up to us to ask, whereas Nicola would ask us. It's almost as if he is ...