Ibis Lisboa Liberdade
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... do this until I fell asleep, but alas, here came bad decision number four. For some unknown reason, I took Coldrex instead of painkillers.
My body did not like this.
I spent the next 8-10 hours having nausea, dizzy spells, hallucinations, extreme body temperature changes, and absolutely no sleep. It was possibly my worst day on this entire trip.
By the time evening rolled around the sheer passage of time had allowed me to feel marginally better. ...
... chips, rice and an egg on top - apparently it's a thing. I was so excited to eat beef, it was delicious. The days here are sunny and warm but the temperature drops in the evenings (plus I look like a hobo in these India clothes compared to the rest of Europe) so I went to H&M and Zara to buy some jeans and a couple of jumpers with my Brazillian friend, Tatiana. She had heard that the gelato shop across the road was amazing and it had a long queue so while we ...
... 10 people, he was able to answer all our questions. He shared just enough history to keep your attention and not bore you. He took us to a bakery that was known for its unique pastries this time of year and they had just come out of the oven. The smell was amazing so all 10 of us literally stampeded the small bakery for a succulent snack.
Jose had us stop at one of the plazas. He explained this is where the older men would sit and play cards ...
We're still in Lisbon, spending each day exploring a little more. The wind is still not favourable but looks likely to change next week.
I will not be posting any more entries after this one. Time is short and the next legs will be long and basically a delivery to her wintering port.
Thanks to all you who have commented and enjoyed keeping up to date with our travels.
... is up the hill from Rossio Square. Before heading up, we passed by a supermarket, where we decided to buy a 5.4L bottle of water for today and the next. Tina had to carry the water up the hill. "I feel like a donkey.", she said. And I promptly spanked her butt. :) At the bar, it turned out that fado was cancelled cuz Brazil was playing against Netherlands tonight at the World Cup. We stayed anyway and watched the World Cup till half time, at which time Brazil already lost ...