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... in sight. The busy tourist season ended about Oct. 20th. Now it is like a ghost town. Only a couple of bars & restaurants open. The temperature has cooled down to about 20 degrees and we have put on our light jackets for the first time in over 2 weeks.
English is much more widely spoken in Portugal than Spain. The locals say one of the main reasons for this is that their tv has many English channels with Portuguese subtitles where in Spain there are ...
I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.
Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
... when the cork was harvested from each tree.
An enthusiastic and impressive (and cute!) young man gave us a private thirty minute presentation about the cork business, followed by a tour of the factory. This company primarily makes champagne corks, cork disks that are placed at both ends of a piece of lower grade cork for wine, and ground cork in several grades. He discussed ...
... town of Estoi, where we discovered some wonderful mosaic floors in and around a villa, as well as a Portuguese farm house built over the ruins of the Roman villa. Those Romans got around, didn't they?
Lunch was in the only café in the town square of a nearby village. We were enjoying our meal when several hundred motorcycles came roaring into the square, obviously on a Sunday road rally of some sort. The riders and the vehicles ...
... and veggies make for good pictures! The top of the main church even boasted an empty stork's nest!
Our next stop was in Tavira, very near the Spanish border, for lunch. Our guides chose a shady spot at an outdoor café on the river, and insisted that we try the local specialites, grilled sardines and grilled octopus. Accompanied by a lovely tomato salad and local wine, everything was delicious! We worked off lunch by ...