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... a memorable meal and a highlight for many of us. Tomorrow will be filled with many emotions as we say goodbye to the other groups and our wonderful tour guide Sonia. This trip has been absolutely amazing and by far the best EF trip I have been on. The next time you hear from me I will be back in the US. Off to bed since we are leaving the hotel at 3am to get to the ...
... with plenty of time to plan.
Now it's time for us to live the plan :)
All VERY exciting!!
I can't explain how excited I am to experience all the amazing things I've read and heard about. South America, I hope you're ready for us, we're ready for youuu!
Thank you to Susy and mama for helping us plan and putting up with all our preparation questions and shopping:)
In a somber and sad mood We spent our final day seeing the last sights of Portugal, Packing and crying, from the sheer sadness that welled up in both of us We just cried and cried, cried over breakfast , cried over dinner and before We knew it We were crying the bus. However on a side note if anyone notices an appearance of a fabulous fanta jacket , Tom picked it up on special at an Op shop #trueswag #trueopshopping The bus was long, in between the ...
... he has about 20 postcards with him. I go off to sit in a corner feeling my frustration grow. We walk out of the post office about 1 hour after we walked in. Total time Fiona was at the counter to buy 2 stamps? About 60 seconds. Not a great start to the day. The next stop is just inside the main entrance to the Post Office. We get our tickets for the Observation Deck and catch the lift up. It's only 6 floors up so when we get out onto the deck the view although ...
... a wonderful conversation about how they support individuals with MS in Spain. They gave me data about all the branches in Spain that included the number of resources, patients and employees per location. I was intrigued by the different adaptions they described that help keep people with MS in the workplace – for example, a device that helps secure people’s hands while typing to minimize the effect of hand tremors.
And that was all ...