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... performers and just ordered fries and beer before Tom and I head back to the ship to catch dinner and drop of our stuff. The whole team (evan included now too) headed out for drinks around 10 and we were all pooped so we just went to a bar up the hill across the street that overlooked the port and the MV Explorer. I drank beer and everyone else drank wine for the night. I also kept the contents of my stomach that night while others were not so lucky. ...
... Then on a round of 'all draw' the word was Shallow and both the girls drew shadows!! There was slight confusion between crochet and croquet...in the end we allowed the point as although Marcus had not been drawing what he was meant to, she had guessed what he thought he was supposed to draw! Jed and I won, standard. And we headed to bed in the early hours. Now we're off to Lagos. Party central of Portugal. Jed has contracted man flu and I have a stuffy nose, this will be ...
... all the domestic jobs/positions such as housekeeping, wait staff, and (some) cooks, majority were mainly filled by Africans/Afro-Europeans. I don't if this is just in Lisbon, but if there is a trend as we moved through Europe I will definitely observe more closely and maybe even try to get a few interviews. But that's all for Lisbon. Next stop, Albufeira! I'll make sure to have my wake up call ...
... and restaurants in the evenings and there is a museum which we visited which explains its roots and where you can listen to it.....any song that as ever been recorded....through headphones. Now for someone who dearly loves the "Tweets" and knows the dance moves, I have to say that Fado is a tad too melancholic for me...we are talking of songs sung by homesick sailors and the sound can best be described as "mournful".
... are tons of cute little Bubba's (grandma's) walking around. Life is grand! So I'd have to say that smells are one of my favourite things (oatmeal cookies, the original polo cologne, Ranga's fur, etc). A little wiff of something familiar can instantly transport me back to a memory of a place or time or experience. Well, Portugal smells just right. Its the perfect balance, not too strong but just different enough to notice. Its smells hot, and woody, and comfortable, ...