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... whole day to travel. I guess heading east around the globe is less desireable than going West Young Man. But we had to as we do.
By some miraculous moment - I look up from the cab window and see Ludi from a balcony window who is peaking out just as we are about to pass! I yell to the driver to stop- in broken spanish (not Portugese) and he pulls over. Ludi gets us off the ...
... We drove to an underground car park entrance and parked next to the roller door waiting for it to open. A neon sign lit up informing us to move forward like you see on automatic car washes. We were confused but followed the directions that then told us to get out of the car whilst removing all living things? We confirmed that all livings things had been removed and another roller door opened and off went the car on a converbelt to be parked ...
... with no character or elegance and is only a little better than an Ibis.
Saturday we go to Cordoba and see the fascinating and ginormous, combined catholic/Muslim architecture, cathedral which is now Catholic. Enjoyed walking the narrow cobbled streets with souvenir shops and cafés. Bought a round clay flute for 5Euro. In the evening we go to the Spanish pavilion and tour more of the city before a huge, but ...
... we wanted to see the tile museum. Lisbon, all of Portugal actually, has some amazing tile work around on the walls and even the streets. It’s really quite detailed in someareas. The walk took us into industrial areas and you can really see the effect of the 2008 GFC on Lisbon. Closed shops and factories everywhere. There is supposedly a high rate of theft and pickpockets but I’ve not seen or experienced any of it so far. The museum was quite impressive ...
... ended up in a super
duper fancy part of Lisbon called restaurdor and gave up and hopped on to the metro. Luckily I had money left on my card so I made it back to the hostel.
Now for all the struggles I had before and after the trip. First of all my bus was at 6:20 in the morning so I rolled out of bed at 3:50 caught the night bus at 4:40 and made it to the airport. While sitting on the bus stop shivering I was thinking to myself ...