Hostel Pereira Guesthouse
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I think I must be the only tourist in the town! There isn't much to do here except look at churches! I think there must be about thirteen. People keep asking me of I am a pilgrim. I guess Fatima is not far from here and a lot of people go there. Not high on my list. I am going to meet the woman who has the workaway horse farm here and may not meet her for another day so ...
... portion was so large. All that for less than $5.
They say American portions are large,Portugese are even larger. Last night the Dutch woman and I went out to dinner at a very local place. Remember I said about serving sizes as 1 dose, 1/2 dose and then I learned about a plate. I just had wine as I was not hungry, but she had plate of rice, two pork steaks with mushrooms in a wonderful sauce, more than she ...
I just had lunch. I ordered toast! Actually toast is a grilled cheese sandwich, and I just had the best one I have ever had and it only cost about $2.40. The bread was homemade local bread with oregano in it with cheese and ham. The coffee and Nata I had at another place afterwards was more. This morning I went up to ...
I arrived in Tomar yesterday afternoon and will off to see the sights as soon as I send this off. I am in a hostel and have two roommates and I am feeling like a slug! The one roommate is a 54 year old woman from Australia who is biking around Portugal. My other roommate is a Dutch woman, also 71, who is walking through Portugal. Yesterday she walked 15 miles! And with a backpack about my size. I have been taking trains and buses!!! The funny thing is ...
... It was not really a religious experience or anything because the church was not exceptionally grand or even old. The tombs of the little shepherds were at the side of the church. And that was about. Besides lighting a candle for my mum, only other thing that one could do in Fatimah is shop for rosary or other Christian bookshop stuff. Good variety and less than half of what you will pay in Singapore. Finally we reached Porto past 6pm. Decided to press on all ...