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... water. Most restaurants had advertised their Menu for around 8 to 12 Euros (AUD$12 – $18). The number of courses and types of dishes varied from establishment to establishment but not surprisingly were all fish or seafood based. For a treat we chose EURO8.50 with two courses and wine. Having recently experienced Menu in Italy where the servings were very small we decided on one menu each. BIG mistake.
Wine was a bottle, not a glass each!
... through the awning, but we were seated next to a heater and quite cosy. We then walked to the nearby market where I got a fit of clumsiness and nearly knocked a stall holder over by swinging a door on him. Most of the stall holders were lunching. A crowd enjoyed crab legs eaten in the fingers with glasses of sparkling wine. A vegetable stall received crate after crate of pine mushrooms, pine needles still clinging. We returned to a little stall where we had previously ...
... his mobile phone on an extendable arm so he could take selfies all day long - a selfie stick I guess it was. And in a rather fetching pink! I found him quite fascinating and even managed to photo bomb one of his selfies - although he has probably deleted that one! Then there was his friend who had white sunglasses and a silly hat. And then there was the rather large lady with an umbrella (to keep the sun ...
... There might be a chance of getting to it with a bit of luck ....
The track becomes a rough path and goes into trees, but a bit further on, I get to an old era (threshing circle) and there is a signpost - an erect one this time - pointing onwards to "Pico de Vila, 30 min"! And, especially by the standards of Spanish signposts, this one is extremely accurate!
Although Vilo is very rounded and not in itself ...
... and bustle. No one notice me, so I just sat on the steps that made of the gravel and started read my book. After i sold my wool and visited to the Andalusian girl,I back home. I am leading my sheep waking on the field and suffering the hot sunshine. Fortunately, I arrived home at the afternoon and told to my father that i want to be a shepherd. He tries ...