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... br> go to local cafe for single scoop and ring dearly beloved. Says she is busy selling daughters house running pub acting as taxi for chilian employee and cleaning rooms. All of this unpaid. M Teresa you Dick you are not even in the game.
Tomorrow I will add a few photos, not much as we are getting a bit repetitive, and post.
Getting close chaps, C Ahab esq is not far from the last cable (1 tenth of a nautical mile swabs)
... we wanted to leave), we headed for Guimaraes. This place is called the birthplace of Portugal. We arrived in this birthplace of Portugal, so called as this is where Alfonso Henriques was born. The first King of Portugal, received these lands from Charles I of Burgundy, following defeats of the Moors back in the 1100s. Guimaraes is the best Portuguese town so far - Antony managed to get a beard and haircut, with Lindsay bearing a bit jealous of the hair shampoo. Antony ...
... the nine almost immediately from the hundreds of other passengers.
Pleasing for us was the demographics. Ages ranged from 26 to 68, with an average in the 40's. Nationalities...3 Australian, 4 British, 1 Dutch, 1 American, 1 Italian and 1 New Zealander. Add to that, Drew a South African and his partner Kim another Australian. 6 girls, 7 guys. And we had two more American women joining us down the line. Everyone was well travelled and quite a few had considerable experience ...
... not as clean. As Vegetarians, it was not easy to find something tasty. The waiter looked at us with a weird look on his face when we asked for vegetables only.
Us: "We're vegetarians, we would like to eat vegetables."
Waiter: "So...you want chicken?"
Us: "Ugh." (Thinking: Guess this is what it's going to be like in the restaurant scene.)
In the end, the waiter brought us some simple ...