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... inspected the site on the block where Marilyn and Pip plan to build their house within the next year or two. We then drove to explore the area. Bit rainy so we stopped for tapas and drinks in a small village bar- deep fried onion rings, tiny peppers and calamari. Then we went home for lunch at 5! Thought we would try more net surfing so back to the local bar for Internet. Talked ...
... square while we had coffee, then drove to Toril, a small, peaceful village on the edge of the National Park. Marilyn had booked lunch, at 3 pm, and the meal was especially for us. Only one other group dining. We had a fish and potato stew, then pork and green beans then a delicious cream desert. Marilyn explained that the Spanish eat so many vegies they grow themselves that restaurant food rarely has ...
We have seen beautiful tiles everywhere, but especially in Portugal. Either decorating the edges of windows, as full wall covering or as panels, mostly religious or a story of some sort. We are amazed to find how old some of them are, several hundred years sometimes. Set off from our very wet camp site, as it had rained all night. Drove across the Serra Estrala range, up to 1400 metres. We had anticipated a beautiful drive but we travelled in the clouds most of the way. ...
... it had a machine and it cost 70 cents a cup. RL took charge, inserted 70 cents and the machine whirred into action. It wasn't until this was completed that he realised that it didn't automatically issue a cup, and the coffee went down the drain. Doh! Not to be put off, more cash was inserted and two successful cups were achieved. A third effort (probably upset by a newly found confidence) meant the machine had supplied half a cup before RL ...
... had a guard dog in with them!
After our big shop we put everything in the fridge etc, had a cup of tea, taped our shopping receipt to the window and walked the mile or so in the direction of Plasencia old town.
We found the Plaza Mayor which was arcaded on one side and had 10 small lanes or ...
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