Hotel Oasis Porto Grande
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... from the Captain tells us that the crew member taken off yesterday is still in intensive care in Tenerife and he will keep us informed of any change. It looks like we're going to make our 9am docking time in Lisbon. After dinner to see the Unexpected Boys second show in the Curzon, songs from the shows in this act but ended up with another from the Jersey Boys, a great show again. Arranged to meet up tomorrow for our Indian lunch ...
... rumour mill is in overdrive. Dinner as we set sail from Santa Cruz and back on the way to Lisbon, the Captain reckons we can make up the time and still get in for 9am on Monday. To the show in Curzon and a guy, Bruce Morrison celebrating 25 years of Les Mis, he narrated some of the history along with singing some of the songs, all in all a very good show :-) Another hour forward today then we'll be back on UK ...
... just starting to get tourists, several cruise ships have been here already this year. Now I didn't see any sort of water sports going on (no jet skis etc) and the beach that was pointed out as being the place to go was empty, the sand is more like rough desert sand rather than soft beach sand. So now I know what you're thinking so what has it got going for it. Walking around is ok although there are a lot of kids wanting money but they go away when you say no, we did take lots ...
... it really, it was kind of lacking action and tension do I wouldn't day it's a must see film. Any way after the film we went to The Crows Nest which is a bar that has music in the evening. We had arranged to meet up with a few friends to share the bottle of a Champagne that I won last night. It was a lively evening, we had loads if laughs I'm so glad we decided to do it. Anyway we are in port tomorrow, haven't these sea days just flown by. Booked on a trip first thing so need some sleep. ...
jobs there, and no money. My parents still live there,” he
Jose spoke a bit of English and
explained that he speaks Portuguese, the official language and a bit
of French. He wanted to push on showing us around, so we could give
him extra from the agreed US$70 for the four of us, for three hours.
Our next stop was the Praia Grande
beach where the view from the coastal drive was magnificent. From