- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Guarda
... pushed some of her insides out. Not a pretty sight and I spared everyone but not taking a photo. The vet came and pushed it all back in and did a little stitching so we are hoping she will keep it all in. It was pretty awful, I couldn't watch.
Tomorrow 40 babies arrive...feeding them should be interesting. The fancy machine to feed a lot at once has not yet been hooked up so I think it will be buckets with nipples. I'll take photos.
For now, Adventure ...
... jumpsuit that is quite good as the goats are always chewing on your clothes. The family is very nice. The 30 year old wife, Anita, speaks English, but Agostino, the husband does not. The 5 year old daughter is learning.
Baby goats will be born any day now. They have quote a seup here and by the end of next week it will be even better as they have gotten a grant from the government. So there ...
... the back for making up these hills! Drove back up to Douradas for lunch, it was where we had stayed two nights with InGamba. Long long hills ... How did we ever make it? Even the decent back down from the top looked crazy ... No wonder I got over 70k per our. Sure bald we had dry roads, today's rain made it ...
... pleased to find the Boomer had not been towed as we had parked outside a church, on the footpath.( nowhere else or had 3.5 tonne limit!) Set off towards the north and Spain tomorrow, horrendous hail storm, thunder, lightening and torrential rain made us pull up. Finally made for a camp site near Mosteiro (São Giao) as the rain abated, cheap and we were the only ones there. The owners mopping up after an inundation before we arrived. Dogs barking as we ate a birthday stir fry ...
my dear friends
i haven't wrote for quite some time. the simple explanation this time is that my journey turned into some kind of "everyday" life and it feels a bit strange for me to make a travel blog about my life - just because I'm traveling.
it must have been around the one year anniversary - which we where "celebrating" in gambia with a wild african drum ceremony - where i crossed the doorstep back into a "normal life" and i understood ...