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... in Seville I was having lunch in the
cafeteria since I couldn’t find any restaurants in the immediate vicinity. A
scantily dressed woman came up to me as I was eating. I first thought she was
asking me for money….but she wouldn’t go away and started touching me. When a
police man who was also eating his lunch in the cafeteria grabbed her and
started shoving her away from me, I realized she wasn’t just another Gypsy
beggar but a ...
... as good as the budapest one and they work hard so that you give them a good tip at the end. We were a little disappointed even though it was a good tour and he did tell us some interesting stuff, we did end up with a lot of rubbish in between and then he was like soo since you have been such a great tour group i will give you the bonus tour which will go for an extra half and hour and we will hike up to this awesome panorama of the city woooohooo and one ...
... to that water! I don't know how the locals do it.
On our final full day in Portugal, Dane and I had decided to do different things. We'd been getting in each other's tits lately and thought it might be nice to have a break. I treated myself to a haircut and jumped on a 40min train heading north to Sintra. It was a beautiful old village perched up on a hill filled with castles, cathedrals, narrow alley ways and art. There was an open air museum showcasing sculptures and ...
... the first day was spent hopping on and off these bus lines, essentially putting a plan in my head for Day 2 which was going to be my designated "museums and things" day (I have this unfortunate habit of often having to plan before doing - I'm sure it has infuriated more than one person in my life so far).
Despite spending most of the first day topping up my tan on the open top buses I did still manage to go and see a few sights as well. ...
... expensive. We were so excited to embark on our
new adventure and explore un chartered lands. Its different going to Portugal
because I feel like we have gotten really comfortable in spain, learning the
language, the food, the traditions, about all the places, where to go… etc.
Portugal is a blank slate which is really exciting. We got to Portugal around
4:35 because we went behind an hour. Immediately we were thrown into things
when the lady we ...