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... before we really push off and head out of town via Belem. We take an hour of walking the boardwalk and Monastery before driving on farther. Ludi has a special destination for us- we will be arriving in the dark but we are excited. We stop to have a glass of wine and watch the sunset at Guincho beach. The sunset was incredible. The coast of Portugal looks and feels very similar to Malibu California- the vegetation, ...
... experience another large natural disaster. In 1755 40,000 people died from the earthquake and floods. We were told the reason all the buildings look similar and are symmetrical is due to the architects designing buildings with large blocks to make it quicker to rebuild their city. I love how the buildings are decorated in beautiful coloured patterned tiles. Unfortunately due to Toby and I are not having the same plans for today ...
... been serviced and spruced up complete with roof box, bike racks, running water, opening windows and operationally lights. Fair to say he is pretty deluxe now and raring to go. Saying goodbye to our home and friends in London, we set sail towards France once again.
One of the best buys of our campervan off-season was a Camperstops book. Now, the issue of finding free camps has been eliminated as we ...
... slightly different tactics and surprised when the robot won. All kinds of things were going on. TV crews, ford tents, play station competitions, photos, soccer games, kick offs...and more. HUGE event and this was just the very beginning.
Next we decided to walk to a museum at the top of the city.... It's a very hilly city. So many people trying to sell Jason drugs. He must look they type. Police with huge guns were patrolling ...
... some of the tunnels which had missed out on lighting. I had a great
few hours exploring the gardens, sneaking through a gap in a barrier
and down an incomplete tunnel, where I discovered a small newt of
some description, living in the complete darkness. Among the most
impressive features of the place were the the two so called 'wells',
which were actually more like towers, built inside enormous
well-shafts – again, a written description isn't ...