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... in the old town and around the harbour. Some locals were swimming in the sea just across from the ship. The lifeguard on duty said the sea temperature was 16 degrees. This was the first day of the trip when it felt warm enough to wear a t-shirt. May wear shorts from tomorrow. The hues of the sunset suggests it should be a good ...
... had a light lunch of soup. Joe's tomato soup had a poached egg
We spent time around the Pousada which is really serene.It is amazing there are only three couples staying here (Friday night). We have struggled with internet since we arrived but a knowledgeable person showed us how to sign on. It is free but works only in the bar area.
Tonight our dinner was again served by Jose. We are checking out tomorrow for Evora.
was interesting to see how the blocks of stone were fitted in to then huge
rocks of the island to make the foundation.
The rest of the trip went well as we skirted the border
of Spain. As we got nearer to our destination we started a travel odyssey going
on roads that were once paved or should be, winding through small village
neighborhoods. We suspect that Ms Garmin is trained to follow the shortest
... found shady spots to paint the picture-postcard scenes of the village.
We visited the citadel in the early afternoon and just before sundown, we got a good workout walking up and down the quaint lanes and city walls.
We enjoyed a fabulous traditional meal of lamb and pork and migas, a tasty mixture of potatoes, bread, bell peppers and herbs. A lot more meat than we would ordinarily choose, but very tasty.
... well... kind of overcooked but in general, very tasty for a buffet and a good introduction to Portuguese cuisine.
We decided to go exploring so we took a walk down towards the ocean, where the taxi driver called "the marina". the streets were winding, narrow and had cobblestone sidewalks. Homes were on each side of the street, and there was not very much room between the houses. the garages and front doors were hard to ...