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We have just passed 5 months on the road and a year since Stephen finished with the MTA. Stephen does not believe me, because he cannot see it, but his is now sporting a full head of hair, before we left NZ he was going decidedly bald on the crown of his head.
So far we have travelled through Ireland (4 weeks), England (1 week), France (7 weeks), Spain (3 weeks) and Portugal (7 weeks).
The highlight of Ireland was of course catching up with ...
Just a day trip to check out this town that seems interesting in the travel books, but not so interesting when I got there. A lot of shopping streets, and not so great architecture. It is a river town with Spain on the other side of the Rio Guadiana. It was a twenty minute train ride from where I am staying, Tavira. Tomorrow ...
A fellow from England who is staying at the same place I am and I rented bikes today and rode out to Santa Luzia, the octopus capital of Portugal. We had a fantastic day. The weather was sunny and just the right temp. We went to an endless beach and then had lunch at the best restaurant for octopus in the small fishing village. It was superb! I even rented an apt for ...
Praise The Lord the sun has been shining!!! I have seen my shadow for the first time in at least two weeks. I looked at some temps of places where I have been...where the goats are it is 20 degrees colder!
When I was at the horse farm there was a kid from Belgium there. He asked where I was from and when I told him I was an American he immediately told me he had been in the states and didn't really care for Americans! ...
... for almost 7
hours. On a nice day it would have been a great pleasure to drive but we
went from rest stop to rest stop on the pay autovia's and the longest stretch
cost us 20 Euro's so the roads are quite expensive to travel but really
great. When we hit the south coast along the Algarve the wind and rain
picked up force and with some of the elevated highways heading into Seville it
got a bit crazy ...