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... to get into a space that would not take the aerials off the roof or the rooflights. I thought it was poor form for a relatively expensive site. A man with a chainsaw is badly needed. Furthermore, one could only avail of the free WiFi in the bar/restaurant which was another problem.
I haven't had a rant with a while so my major criticism of Spain and Portugal is those stupid signs telling you to ...
... in the center that would rent for about €800 to €1300 per month in off-season, a quarter of the summer rate. It gave us a bit of a feel what to expect if we come back to stay in Cascais sometime down the road. The further from the center and beach areas of Cascais, the rents are lower. We like the 4 small towns around the 4 train stops before Cascais too. Parede, where we are staying, we find less ...
... from South Africa in black and red limestone world map shows the chronology of Portuguese discovery and empire expansion.
Further along is the old stone Belem tower. Up the harbour I can see a massive bridge that looks just like the Golden Gate Bridge in San Fran and it is called the 25th April Bridge. Behind that is massive statue of Jesus.
Across the road is the massive Monastery of Jeronimo ...
... is being done to help the current crisis in Portugal. One lecture that stood out to me was the lecture on the religious makeup of Portugal and the trends that are evolving with it. I was not surprised to hear that the majority (80%) of the Portuguese were Roman Catholic because that the religion of the founders of Portugal. I found it interesting that the current trend in religion in Portugal was that the number of Catholics was decreasing slowly each year ...
... taking the wheel from the shops. He needs to get his hand in before driving the ladies around when they arrive on Wednesday. Even though we've both driven in Europe before, it takes a bit of time to get used to driving on the wrong side of the road again, and the drivers here certainly don't keep to the speed limit! John then went to "work" ie footy training, and Sam, Allan & myself had a leisurely evening of catching up on "stuff". That's all for ...
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