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I had a great day today in Evora, firstly I got to spend all day with the humans, I love it when they take me out for the day. Secondly I sniffed everywhere & managed to sneak some street food in! especially at the food market. We visited a lovely park where I chased some geese, but I got told off when I ...
We arrived to the most amazing place, probably one of the best views I've ever seen, Monsaraz is truly amazing. This was a two hour drive north from where we were but definitely worth it... It's a very worth while 'appropriate' location..! We had a fabulous meal last night in the small high town with a wonderful elevated terrace view and the food was very good..! Leanne and Steve joined ...
... arvo, nick had his swim on the algarve Coast, very funny, took his breath away as soooooo cold. Thought it would be ok n went back again n no he froze again. Yep takes him a bit to realise. Lovely area lots of farming, olive trees, grapes, cork groves but fruit not as good as Spain. Went to monsaraz which is another hill town with a fort at the end. Amazing views and ...
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 ...
... It is one of the oldest university in Portugal. The main campus building had a beautifully carved statue on top of the building at its interior court yard. A fountain laid in the middle of yard. All the walls were half covered with stereotypical Portuguese tiles. The doors to classrooms were probably from its olden days and showing the battle scars through its ages. Two drawings of 18th century professor figures sit on opposite sides of each door, drawn on tiles, inviting ...