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Let us join Together in One Body which is in Christ Jesus!
... for nightfall to view the Luminar festival which a French guy had told us about when we were in Evora. The light festival celebrated art in the form animated projected images, statues and decorations around the city. It was very beautiful and extremely creative but it was FREEZING!! We had not anticipated such a windy cold night and felt that we really did not offer the pieces the time to appreciate them properly.
... off bus. There were 3 different bus companies but only one of them went out to Cascais. All of them had 4 routes that could be travelled in this time. They all need to differentiate themselves somehow so the routes varied a bit.
Our route took us out through Cascais, along the coast road to the Campismo Orbitur National Park. Talk about being exposed on the top of the bus. It was windy and cold – temperature must have dropped ...
... that we've got one lucky apartment :)
You want to know the best thing about Lisbon...?
MY STEP SISTER MADDIE IS CURRENTLY LIVING HERE!
She's here with her boyfriend Gonzalo. We went to their apartment one night and they made us a lovely dinner! We had bread with olive oil and vinager, white bean salad, a spinach salad with olive oil and strawberries, and then a yummy thing made out of thin potato ...
... catching flies, snoring and inappropriate scratching in front of a reluctant, irritated and slightly embarrassed audience.
One of the challenges of travel is that not everybody actually speaks our language (and why should they of course) and misinterpretation of signs and conversations with the locals is commonplace, and consequently can sometimes bring about unexpected and interesting outcomes. Having arrived at Lisbon airport we were ushered towards another gate to pick ...