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... you don't have?" she asks
"Actually, I have pretty much everything I want"
"Don't you want more money?"
"Not really--more money can create more problems"
"Are you married? Do you have problems with your wife?"
"Yes I'm married--but we're doing fine"
"I see you play music--do you wish you could make money playing music?"
Ah, you got me! You guys are good! "Yes, I suppose so"
"Then come and we'll pray for you, and ...
... but there is a difference to Spain - they do not kill the bulls. Holah !!!!!! It is a secular but predominantly Catholic society.
we arrive at Evora - a preserved medieval town listed by UNESCO as world heritage.Cork here is very important. They sell cork hats, handbags, you name it, it is cork. The Romans were here an built the place in 57 BC. Big Julie's boys were thrown out in 715 by the Moors who built the Mosques. In 1165 "Jeral the furious" A ...
... ladies I met there. It was a formal night, so we dressed for dinner. The dinner was okay, but I really wasn't hungry. We went to the captain's toast before the show where he introduced all of the ship's highest officers and then stayed for the show -- Naki Ataman, a pianist who played music from around the world. We went to bed right after the show because we had an early start in Lisbon.
Our arrival in Lisbon was at 8:00 AM and after a room service breakfast, ...
... br> Sintra
Rocky cliffs of Algarve
Azulajo Tile, and...
the people of Portugal (except the rude manager at the car-rental co;)
... to have to do so in Lisbon. Our last day we took a day trip about 40mins from Lisbon to the town of Sintra. I had high expectations of fairy tale like scenery after what I had read online and I was not left unimpressed. Right away it looked like something out of a story book. High hills and mountains dotted with castles, monasteries and fortresses, small colourful old town buildings and winding streets made for a perfect day of exploration. We started ...