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... difference is the language. A lot of the words when written appear to be the same as Spanish but the spoken word sounds almost eastern European with a lot of z endings, a bit like your favourite aunt speaking Russian or Serbo-Croat but gentler.
We initially head towards Evora, a town founded by Julius Caesar. We pass lines of telegraph poles with what look like upturned sombreros on the top. The sombreros are nests ...
... way through the narrow streets of the Alfama District. We have been to many places in Europe with narrow streets. However, I have to say these were the most narrow and most maze-like streets we have ever encountered.
On our walk we came across Erva Loira. The name of this store translates to Blonde Herb. I don't really understand that since the vast majority of the store dealt in handmade jewelry. What was not jewelry was ...
... way we stopped in several of the tourist stores. When we finally arrived at the tourist office we found it was closed. We thought that was quite unusual for a beautiful Saturday morning.
Next we walked to the fish market which is, as one might imagine, right next to the dock. The fish market was also closed. I found out later that the market opens around 17:00 on Saturdays and the sale is an auction. Near the fish ...
... retained but how you re-do the interior is up to you. This was a wonderful visit being able to see and grasp how simple life was at one point.
After seeing the old quarters of Amalfa, we headed towards the water. Now looking out you would have thought you were looking at the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge. Low and behold, this bridge is the GG’s doppelganger folks as the bridge was modeled after the GG however for tru Bay Area ...
... to the fuel dock where the Transcendence gang sat twiddling their thumbs. They shoved off in the sun and motored around the breakwater into big slow swells.
Now it was just me and Libellule again. The world felt quiet. We were on good terms again and worked lazily to wire up a power socket in the cabin. There was lots of hollow space aboard with Pappy ...
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