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Meanwhile, back at the ranch...... Thanks for the updates Suja, I think I'll add some of my perspective so people get a balanced view of the highlights ;)
Suja failed to mention the excitement of the drunk homeless man attempting to feel her up on the bus from Berlin airport to the train station. While she was mortified, I told her that she should take it as a compliment- she had been travelling for 24 hours, so really, she should ...
... which, whilst ticking the beautiful box, did not give us somewhere we could spend all day. After the world's worst chicken salad we decided to take the train a couple of stops further to Potsdam which is a small city nearby, and pretty much straight after getting off the train got caught in a horrendous thunder and lightning storm! Sheltered in a church for about half an hour and accepted the fact that this day was going to be a write-off. We got drenched running to ...
... br> "Okay...you're right. Sorry. Go back to sleep."
"Sorry, go back to sleep.... wait no. What if people think I'm weird and don't want to hang out with me?"
"Don't be ridiculous."
"Okay okay, goodnight."
"Do you think I'm going to get kidnapped?"
"Okay... will you come find ...
... in for our host. She doesn't speak a word of English. In Portuguese and with a flurry of hand gestures, she shows us the lovely flat, explains how the appliances work and gives us directions to the supermercado. We nod and smile, half believing we can understand. We throw open the large windows and the sounds of the Alfama compete for our attention: church bells, rattling streetcars, birdsong, shrieking neighbourhood kids, barking Pekingese, hammers and chisels, bantering corner boys and ...