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... much of it really complicated and artistic. Why does graffiti look exactly the same no matter what country you are in. Is there a Graffiti University somewhere? A Graffiti handbook that describes how it should be? Graffiti Police that make sure all graffiti conforms??
Great dinner tonight. Our hotel is on a big broad avenue filled with banks and fancy designer stores and hotels. But around the corner and two blocks down ...
Soy milk, toasted almonds, pistacios, vitamins………. and a delayed banana.. Not as good as yesterday's breakfast, but still ….
Off to Lisboa on the train but the train is supposed to be relaxing and smooth. It was annoying and had terrible scenery. Like East Germany before it became West Germany. Figured the train station in Lisboa would have to be beautiful but it was incredibly boring and ugly, like a run ...
... a night cap...This small boutique hotels is also highly recommended, it is nice and clean, close to public transportation, one street off the Main Street and really quiet at night.
Till tomorrow, bon diaz
... a desert on your left.
I tried to take in the sights on the way back, but it was impossible. The day’s exertions (as well as the night before) had finally caught up with me and I was dead to the world! Despite it being a Saturday, there would be no repeat trip to Bairro Alto that night. In fact it was all I could do to walk into the hostel when we were dropped off. Sintra had exacted a high price for my night on the town; that night I slept like a ...
... hands. After
7-8 hours of numerous queues, various taxi's, several arguments (Phil was very well behaved!) the wristbands were presented to us for the festivals and we were able to get into our campsite! What a mission!
On our mission to get our tickets we met a great guy, Paul, who we ended up camping near. Once we were all settled we realised our campsite was a bit holiday camp - esque but
had loads of ...
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