Hotel Beira Mar
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... a couple of other people as well who we got along with really well.
About 2 hours later, the room we were in was full and all the people seemed to be Australian except for Dina and I. From there I had probably one of the best nights of my life. Just really good people and Lagos is really fun. There are so many incredible bars and places and the people we had met were a great deal of fun.
Maybe too much fun which had us back at the hostel by 5 am. Unfortunately ...
... a nice bed. Dina then cooked up our food which was impeccable, Dina put together some marinated chicken and I added a large punnet of strawberries to the mix. All of which cost the grand total of 4 euros.
After we were all done and had been pestered to go out by a bunch of Aussies which I kindly declined given the rugby result of that morning and being thoroughly sick of them at that point, we headed out and grabbed some ice cream. We were tempted ...
Professional bullfights are in a league of their own. Having been to the neighborhood celebrations I knew it would be very different, but honestly I didn't know anything except that they didn't kill the bulls (that is still done in Spain and Mexico).
As the event began, I was transported back centuries as the horsemen, clad in bright satin jackets artfully covered in embroidery and weighed down with lead sewn into the lining, masterfully managed ...
In 1581, when Spaniards
invaded the island of Terceira, a local monk ingeniously suggested the people
drive cattle against the army in hopes of scattering the forces. It worked and
the soldiers were pushed back to the shore and into the ocean.
It seems every neighborhood
in Terceira hosted a bull fight while Joe and I were there. We had as many as
three different locations to choose from during the weekends. These aren’t the
bull fights in the ...
As we said in the previous entry. Joe's grandmother is quite a lady.
She was born on the island, as were her parents, though they actually met and married in the United State. Her father had gone stateside when he was only 15 and began milking cows. When he returned to the Azores, he had a prosperous dairy and traded it for land on Terceira. With his wife and three sons, he brought back one of the first motor vehicles the islands ...