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... painting, sculpture, metal work ( as in GOLD) oriental art and alter frontals. We can’t help but reflect upon the extreme wealth of the Church and what a contradiction there seems to be in the stated mission of this Jesuit order to serve the “poor and needy”. (By royal decree, the Jesuit were expelled from Portugal in 1768. After much of the gold was “donated” to the church.) It is marvelous that this ...
... saw large numbers of wind turbines. These were huge monstrosities but whilst they might have been a blight on the landscape (which, really, they weren't if you looked at them with an open mind), it was an obvious sign that Portugal takes its sourcing and using of alternative fuels seriously. Good on them, I say.
Later on today, we leave Portugal for Spain. On to our next adventure.
Moce mada and love to you all.
[This contribution: Bob]
... very foolishly on a palatable-looking stew that
turned out to consist mostly of lumps of tripe - yuck… I went to
meet Alana, Veronica and a friend they’d made at their hostel, and
we all went to the Bairre Alto for a few drinks. Since they hadn’t
eaten I happily joined them in a delicious tapas dinner, which helped
to make up for the poor excuse for a meal I’d had earlier. We
shared a few beers out on the street and and a yarn ...
... into the airport, we had a hotel booked and we were just going to relax for the rest of the day.
The next morning, we arrive at the airport 2.5 hours early for our flight. This time check in is a breeze, security scanning also a bit better, and passport control....well, this day there is no passport control because this day the flight does not continue onto Zagreb - it terminates in Bologna.
At least we were still laughing!
... questions. At first it was hurtful, now it is just normal. Same with our host sisters. They have their own lives, Carolina is always at her novio's house, and Paz is pretty much a homebody and goes to work, comes home, eats, and sleeps. I definitely think my Spanish has gotten better, but not as well as I had hoped.
As my time here is coming to a close, I'm nervous to go back to the States and not have to use my Spanish on a ...