Ha Mar ao Luar
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... good once again and was led by Madi a Canadian who is one of the Cruise Directors Staff. Cuppa and and seat outside watching the sea go by which will probably be one of the last times for us. Back to the room to try and organise what needs to be packed tomorrow night after returning from our days outing to Normandy. Dinner followed by two shows the comedian Scotty McLean and ventriloquist Kieran Powell and finally the soprano Jennifer Fair. Cuppa and ...
... blue tiles adorning the walls of
its interior. It was built between 1609 & 1616. Then we went to Hagia
Sophia, which is a former Greek Orthodox basilica, later an imperial mosque
& now a museum. The building has a stunning interior. It was used as a
church for 916 years & then used as a mosque for 482 years. It was converted
into a museum in 1935.
After lunch we visited the Basilica
Cistern, the largest of several hundred cisterns ...
... there was a line that moved 1 metre every minute. At six at night we came down from the mountain and that's the end of that day. On our last full day in Barcelona we went on a bus tour around the city to close our time at Barcelona. The next day at 1 I the afternoon. We had to be on a boat to go fromBarcelona to Italy, the ferry was 19 hours. At 7:30 the next morning we hopped off the ferry and we were in ...
... unworried about the ongoing economic situation in Portugal. With unemployment at 15% and stagnated wage and limited improvements in employment opportunities, the average Portuguese is worried about providing for themselves let alone eating at a high end restaurant.
Spending time with university students, I had the chance to hear their stories and thoughts about the economic future for Portugal. Their thoughts and beliefs were bleak but ...
... but managed to communicate that we wanted some fish and that we were tired and didn't want to wait for him to cook the fish stew that he suggested. He panfried a mixture of fish, made some amazing rice with peppers and tomatoes and some salad. Beautiful bread, lovely olives and half a litre of very nice wine completed the meal. All for ...