Travel Blogs from Madalena
A typical day on the Camino begins pretty early. Last year we walked between an hour and two hours in the dark every morning... using headlamps. The Way is marked with a symbol of the shell or a yellow arrow. So, although we have a map and a guidebook, we usually just rely on following the yellow arrows. There is some kind of metaphor there for life, but I haven't quite worked it out yet. Breakfast usually consists of a cafe ...
Dark tunnels led off from this that required our mobile phone torch so we could see.
We ended up behind waterfalls and in the other side of the garden.
In the dark Riley mistook a moss covered still pond to be a path and stepped up to his knees in it, shoes, jeans and all.
On the drive home we stopped at Cascais.
A beachside town that is visited for its beaches and the surf.
... period(over 3 weeks). Their car was new when they picked it up and after they returned it, it was going back by truck to Paris to be sold as a second hand vehicle. ( They put on 3,100 Kms) A Peugot. They shuttled us to the aero port and we caught a bus into Lisbon. Unfortunately, it started to rain- torrential downpour. The water was gushing down the streets. At one point, we saw a surge of water that was going ...
... we headed for the main shopping centre called Colombo where we all did some clothes and shoe shopping. Seems like all the major brands are available here as in OZ but cheaper plus plenty of other cheaper brands. The average wage is lower so it seems prices match. As a general rule, if travelling overseas, it is probably best to leave shopping for the trip mainly to when get where you are going.
We had ...
... so much about other countries. We did a trivia night before we went out last night, it's was a right laugh and our team won! And the prize was a bottle of vodka so we were all pretty happy. It was a random fancy dress theme so I went as a Christmas tree because I got a ton of it for two euroes! Last night in Portugal and then it'll be the night train to Barcelona ...
Other places to stay in Madalena
Rua Conselheiro Terra Pinheiro 3, Madalena | 3 star hotelfrom $72