Pousada de Juventude
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... hurry I can catch a bus going by on the highway. So I’m faced with the a choice: catch a bus before it gets too late, or explore this fascinating town and worry about transportation later.
I choose the latter. I'm a sucker for aqueducts, and Elvas has the King of all Aqueducts—a four tiered, long one that snakes across a grassy valley. I know that if I don’t explore this town properly, it will haunt me ...
Travelling from Merida we continued the theme of seeing more ruins.Some were the clear cut roman type and others were the lack of money and desire type. Portugal is also a place where things are no longer attempting to be clean. More than likely the lack of any upkeep on buildings and small roads for so long has made it a forbidding task requiring money that no one has. However, cigarette butts line the streets ...
... crabby because of the heat
or maybe I’m just monumented-out, but my enthusiasm for churches and castles
and walled towns has definitely been waning recently. Evora is probably the
last major historic town on my trip to Spain and Portugal with the exception of
four days in Lisbon at the very end. I’m looking forward to a bit of beach the
next few days and then some hiking in mountain and seascape scenery in Madeira
in the meantime.
... for her she had gone. I called and called and walked back and forth on the lakeside path but to no avail, eventually after over half an hour I set off back to the site to see if she was there. There was a bit of a crowd waiting for me because she had been entertaining them by hunting rabbits on a promontory right next to the site. Treacle, when she is in full 'hunt' leaps like a springbok and screams with excitement. This had attracted a ...
I guess the farm scene is not for me! The housing conditions were least than standard so I only lasted three nights. The four twenty somethings and I shared one very cold small bathroom, no heat still and everyone smoked. Lunch yesterday was stewed tomatoes on bread and not much better the day before. Dinner was white rice with a few small bits of mystery seafood. The interesting thing about ...