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... of the most beautiful places in Portugal then to Cascais formerly a fishing village today cosmopolitan town quite up market great beaches and homes the first time we have seen so many homes has been mostly units all through unemployment 18%. Portugal would be both our favourite place as yet. We sail this evening to Porto also in Portugal hopefully won't get sick as back into the Alantic will take my ears sick tablets bought ...
... made a wrong turn on the way, but luckily Karl saw someone from the ship coming from the other direction and a local lady asked if we needed help when I got out the map. It was an easy walk back to the ship (and flat, thank goodness).
There was an evening local cultural show of Flamenco dancers since we were in port until 11:00 PM. The dancers were very good and we enjoyed the show.
Next: Cadiz, the last port of the cruise.
I have been traveling for 23 hours so far and only stopped for 4 hours. The 11 hour bus ride was followed by a 6 hour train ride, then a 1 hour train ride. I am on the ferry headed to Algeciras. From there I will catch a bus to the border of Spain and Britain. I hope to be in the holes room by ...
... it meant. Not the original “purity” meaning, no longer a counter-balance to a wedding ring. So what was it now?
But then, this morning I find myself thinking of it, thinking I could wear it again if it meant mending, if it meant that I believe we can be mended just as much as I believe we’ve been damaged. I could wear it again if it meant I believe in blessing, in the work of blessing, in ...
Tuesday March 18, 2014
Book Reflective Entries 1 (Pg. 3-25)
"Santiago's dad told him that people who travel all came back pretty much the same (9). Do you think this is true?"
In my opinion the answer is no. This is because when you travel, you experience many different things. These things can be cities, cultures, people, and more. I think ...