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... br> towards the south wall. We found a small art gallery that was selling photos of
Marvoa. The photos included photos of the village in fog. Apparently, for much
of the year Marvoa is cloudy and foggy. Of course, we will always think of this
village as sunny. The photographer was attempting to document the effects of climate change on this quaint hilltop village.
We then walked the wall until we reached the street the
Pousada is ...
... done. Many of the decoration on the outside of the building
were in deteriorating condition, but still amazing to see. However, I think we
enjoyed seeing the rooms that supported everyday life, such as the kitchens and
eating halls. The fireplace where meat was cooked was the size of a small
bedroom. You could see the smoke ash on the ceiling. The bakery oven was so big
we wondered how the loaves of bread were put in and taken out.
... found shady spots to paint the picture-postcard scenes of the village.
We visited the citadel in the early afternoon and just before sundown, we got a good workout walking up and down the quaint lanes and city walls.
We enjoyed a fabulous traditional meal of lamb and pork and migas, a tasty mixture of potatoes, bread, bell peppers and herbs. A lot more meat than we would ordinarily choose, but very tasty.
... a room for us in Bean town and then we ate some food at the hotel. made our way to the hotel this morning and found ourselves still waiting for a flight. After another 1 hour delay, we got on the plane. While we were waiting, heard this super annoying, stupid little dog barking. This dog's owner humanized him and he was terribly behaved. the owner walked it around and it bit the lady across from us!
After a 5 hour ...
... i got to try something new, which was just digging trenches in the ground, but still it was different. We did a pizza night last week where we all had to design and cook a pizza from scratch. I cooked a spicy sausage pizza, making a spicy dough and a spicy sauce to go with it. It was a masterpiece until i was made to put mine in the oven first even though i said i didn't want too, and of course, it burnt. Within 9 minutes. It still tasted pretty good to me, and i ended up ...