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... before crossing the river to Portugal. It was a 1.5 hour drive and we had great conversation along the way. So for 8 Euros each we made it to the border, much less hassle & price than on the bus. I guess this service is very popular throughout Europe – helps people cover the high cost of petrol and a fun way to meet other travellers.
I sat with the luggage while Brad scouted out the tourist information in Ayamonte. The plaza is very sweet, another hub of ...
I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.
Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
We started the day with a visit to a cork factory, which was most interesting! Especially the huge six-foot high piles of bark in the parking lot that had been harvested from the cork oak trees in the region. Portugal has about half of the cork oaks in the world, followed by Spain. The bark can only be harvested from a tree every nine years, and the first harvest doesn't ...
Kind of a lazy day, after recovering from last night's Bob Dylan concert. We started out with a walking tour of Sao Bras de Alportel, a town that has nothing to do with an airport hotel which was my first thought. The strangest thing we saw there were the pictures of cute dogs pasted onto the white walls! Many examples of the typical Portuguese tiles, both old and new.
Our next stop was at the Milreu Roman ruins (4th century) ...
... steps to the old castle perched at the top of the town.
As we left town we drove down to the sea to take a look at the production of Fleur de Sel in Tavira. This expensive gourmet salt typically comes from France or Portugal, and represents the 'flower' or salt crystals that float on top of the salt pans, rather than traditional salt which is what is left when the sea water evaporates. Of course I bought some!