Hostel Pereira Guesthouse
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This morning we had a tour of Coimbra as it was too late to do a tour the night of arrival. We got to do a walk through beautiful cobbled streets with amazing shops, I got to buy a really nice outfit. We really loved this place. Next stop was a visit to Batalha with a visit to the sited Monastery, it was really beautiful, there aren't any Monks today so the monasteries are used for church these days. We then drove to Fatima for lunch, there we witnessed pilgrims ...
... was amazing with a beautiful view of the garden and ocean (see my Facebook for pics) In the evening we had the mendhi party (pre wedding party). They had mendhi artists for those that wanted get mendhi done. The setting was picture perfect and overlooked a beautiful sunset on the ocean. After sunset and dinner, they had dancing and a performance by fire eaters. Such a great setting over the pool. Words can't describe how nice the whole evening ...
... more. We eventually decided to try rolling a cross joint, instructed by Seth Rogen, which worked very well, until the wings fell off after you jinxed it. Thus proceeded your witch trail, facilitated by Nim, which thanks to my bad state-appointed attorney-ing, ended in your subjugation to the human cereal bowl. After that everything peters out in my mind and we went presumably to bed. I love you, ...
... all wanted to go clubbing but we were happy to stay at the shot bar. Me and Michael did many many shots of insane varieties, but settled on absinthe which was a whole new feeling for me. It's not unlike being drunk, but it has an indescribable level of simultaneous clarity and confusion that only lasts about fifteen minutes. After the shot bar we went for a wander, stopping a cabbie in search of 'la musica viva'. We ended up settling for ...
... than five minutes. We eventually found the museum, after much ducking in and out of tourist shops. It turned out to be built over this old Roman house complex, which had been over six hundred years many things including a winery, a laundromat of sorts and a fishmonger. It took us on a comprehensive history of Barcelona and Catalonia and their place in Iberian history, which was interesting but incredibly verbose. After the museum we all tried to get food and ended up ...