Onyria Marinha Edition Hotel & Thalasso
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... 23/9 blowing force 7/8 for last 2 days so happy in marina if a little rolly
it is the dirtiest marina i have ever been in loadsa flotsam
24/9 set off for a anovernighter for the 95 vmiles down to Nazare , picked up a net on the starboard prop, so only had 1 engine , and wind a nightmare up and down like a xxxxxx drawers, then when we only had 20 miles to the destination up came a new unexpected gale
and we had to beat out to sea as the waves increased ...
... just eat that evening in the hotel.
At dinner, Tyler and I began with a cream of vegetable soup that was wonderful. Leslie had a Cesar salad. For the main course I had grilled sea bass. I thought I had died and gone to heaven! It was absolutely delicious. Leslie and Tyler had some sort of chicken and vegetable dish. They both liked it, but it certainly did not look as good as mine.
After dinner it was back to the ...
... they would have been in bed by 6pm Friday night.
Top marks to Tom for organising truly impressive hostel accommodation. Weīre at the Living Lounge in Lisbonīs old town. All hostels should be this cool! Photos to come shortly but to try and put it into a few short words... itīs modern, funky and hugely social. All the rooms have been designed by a local artist. Ourīs is based on a tradition from the north of Portugal where young girls embroider ...
A Sampling of Portuguese Street Art
Our two week adventure of living out of a suitcase had come to an end
when we walked off the plane in Cairo. Our escort ...
... t talkative and I went below to try to nap. This proved difficult, as usual, but I guess I drifted off because it didn't feel like four hours had passed when I heard the crash of a jibe of the boom. There came the usual cursing from the cockpit, but suddenly Pappy was yelling, "Jim, get up, the mast is broken!"
Incredulous I gazed up through the large transparent hatch to the mast top and everything ...