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... pinnacle rock formations that one would see on many of the travel brochures. Some people were still swimming and paddleboarding this time of year but heather and i just did some light hiking around the coves.
We have found that the food simple but so tasty in Portugal. We have had amazing seafood dishes wine, olive oil, bread & desserts. Prices are about 15% cheaper that for food & lodging compared to Spain. We look forward to what the interior of Portugal has in store for ...
I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.
Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
... While we were there they were making fig candies, decorated by hand with slivers of blanched almonds, also from the area. I could pass up the fig candy, but couldn't resist trying out one of the meringues, which was scrumptious. We bought several small boxes of marzipan to bring home as gifts for the family.
Tomorrow we're off to Lisbon to join our fellow passengers on the cruise.
... a table at the Bob Dylan concert with a very nice British couple last night, and had agreed to have dinner together tonight. They drove to a rather plain roadside restaurant about five miles away, and we were able to get a table outside. It was delicious! I had sea bream, that must have been caught today. And lots of Vino Verde, the Portuguese wine I like so much.
Notice that we have not set foot in our rental car since our ...
... tour' ended around 3 PM when we got back to our hotel. We needed to put our feet up before the Saturday Night Show arranged by the owners...a Bob Dylan concert! Lovely snacks, lots of wine, and good music. More than eighty people managed to find their way to this remote lodging for the event, most of them ex-pats. The music was great, too, provided by three guys: a Portuguese, a Welshman and an Irishman! And so to bed.