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... pretty small town that bustles in the summer as people flock to the beaches here.
As we were wandering the streets and trying to get ourselves oriented to the town we stopped into the Igrejada Mesericordia – the church of mercy- one of the few buildings that remained standing after the huge earthquake in the 1700’s. We met a young woman in her late 20’s who was a guide for the church.
Since there was no other people around we had an ...
Today Nov.22 me and my men have arrived to Hispaniola. I have just discovered that sadly my men fought with the natives and died.
I have decided to make a settlement in Isabella, where in the past I found gold. The place was poor and there was no more gold so I decided to leave the island and go ...
... While we were there they were making fig candies, decorated by hand with slivers of blanched almonds, also from the area. I could pass up the fig candy, but couldn't resist trying out one of the meringues, which was scrumptious. We bought several small boxes of marzipan to bring home as gifts for the family.
Tomorrow we're off to Lisbon to join our fellow passengers on the cruise.
... all sizes and vintages, and were very LOUD. Kinda fun! After lunch we made a visit to the Pousada in town. These are historical buildings that the government chose to preserve by turning them into luxury hotels starting in the 1940's. All of them are lovely, and this one is no exception. Our guides treated us to typical Portuguese desserts out on the terrace.
Margarida and Rob dropped us off at the hotel in mid-afternoon. ...
We like guided tours better than bumping around on our own, hoping to find the most interesting things to see, which we rarely do. So before leaving home, I'd searched the internet for tour guides in the Algarve region. Well, there aren't many because most visitors go there for the beaches and the resorts. But luckily I stumbled across a couple who conducted private tours in the eastern Algarve, precisely where we were staying. We ...