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... on the left as the sun rose to our right - pretty spectacular - interrupted by farmers bringing their tractors down the road while we jumped over and got scratched by thistles to stand in the vine paddock to let them pass. A few locals on mountain bikes because it's Saturday wishing us a Buen Camino but other than that just us and our thoughts and sometimes conversation. Did take a 20min break for some body fuel top,up but ...
... Can't find a gate to let him in with his mates but he is clearly going to hang around so on we go.
Pass a number of old wells and the day is spent on old dirt roads mainly, interspersed with (ugh!) concrete sections and running through beautiful olive groves, peach orchards and grape vines with a little wheat. Just before we hit tonight's digs we found a fully restored and working well. Or course my buddy being male just had to be sure it works. ...
... fluffing around in the dark. Love it! We still share everything else in the Albergue but the solo room rocks! The bathroom here even has a spa in it. All flash and new. We had some lunch there and the music the hostelaria is playing is just beautiful. I can't work out if it's relaxation or chants but it seems to be a combo and is truly beautiful.
Plan was to do some shopping and cook for ourselves a bit but all the supermarket'sclosed, so ...
... the Moores out of the region. His Villa was origionally Roman and he still has all the Roman arches inside the Villa and at the centre is the origional fresh water well. The Villa was then owned by the Moores and there are painting of the Moores (Arabs) in the Plaza with camels etc...During the time of Queen Elizebeth I and Mary Queen of Scots. Many people and the family gathered in the villa to wait the news on ...
Our last day in Portugal was spending time with the Fergusons and the Morenos having a lunch of the Brazilian national dish - the feijoada, just google it. It was really good bonding time for our families. It was jump at like the christening feast - long table with plenty of food and wine.
Our time in Portugal is coming to an end and we will miss Maria's family.