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... however soon found it warm enough to remove them. We made a few purchases to take home with us and then around 3pm headed back to the boat. We've made it a point to walk 10 to 12 thousand steps a day. Some days we walked over 17,000 steps
It won't be much longer before we sail. So goodbye from Lisbon and two days at sea till we reach Southampton where we board our flights home. ...
... us on this cruise.
Before leaving home, I'd picked out a restaurant for dinner within walking distance of the hotel on TripAdvisor.com. With map in hand we wended our way to the restaurant, only to find a sign taped to the front door (in English and Spanish), saying that they had gone on vacation. So much for my research! So we ate at the place two doors down, ...
... and had some of
the best icre cream I have ever had- in the shape of a flower! After our ice
cream we wandered back to the water and just sat enjoying the views. We sat
there and chatted for about an hour watching the sun go down. It was so
peaceful and really made me think about some important things- like what is
going to happen when I get home, and what kind of goals I have now. I think
explaining to people that this trip has changed my life is an ...
... passed several market stalls where people sold earrings, stained glass trinkets, and other souvenirs. A golden retriever relaxed next to his owner. It was just another day selling souvenirs to tourists. At the waterfront, barefoot tourists and locals basked in the sun. They were as content as sea lions on a wharf, just lounging about. As I crossed the plaza once more, another South Asian man tried selling me sunglasses. I told him that I had already just ...
... blossoming and the scent of all of this is in the air mixed with rosemary. Orange feathery flowers all along our fence are called Coral Trees, a native plant of Brazil. Camellia flowers are in bloom and here they grow to the size of a small tree. Birds of Paradise are showing up in the front garden. The figs are now the size of quarters and were not in sight the day we arrived. The tree was grey and bare.
We go to bed early and we wake early. Sometimes we have been up in ...