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... back to the ship and came back and some local food and a sangria which was huge took me a while to drink it. Then we did a bit of shopping and went back to the ship as it was time to sail away. Lisbon has very steep, narrow, winding streets as we saw when we were on our tram ride. The foot paths are so narrow pedestrians stop and flatten themselves against the walls. You had to be careful when you were trying to take photos out the window as the buildings were that ...
... because it gave an awesome view of the port and village below. Also, there were wild peacocks roaming the grounds which I couldn't have loved more! I had to hold myself back from plucking off a few feathers from their tails. Then I took the tram to the Cathedral and the basilica. To end the day I got a beer in the gardens across the street from the basilica, they were gorgeous and very relaxing but what made me love it so much were all the families ...
We awoke not too early- actually a little later than planned but I HAVE to go on a run- or at least I talked Daniel into do a discovery run- no plan, no map, just our feet leading the way. We have until 1 when Ludi gets home from class and she will take us out on a weekend adventure at the beach.
I am happy that Daniel will do this with me. I know this makes him uncomfortable. Daniel is a man of habit, ...
... Then on a round of 'all draw' the word was Shallow and both the girls drew shadows!! There was slight confusion between crochet and croquet...in the end we allowed the point as although Marcus had not been drawing what he was meant to, she had guessed what he thought he was supposed to draw! Jed and I won, standard. And we headed to bed in the early hours. Now we're off to Lagos. Party central of Portugal. Jed has contracted man flu and I have a stuffy nose, this will be ...
The McMillans arrived today from Bourdeaux, so it was a lovely reunion of the full complement.
Tomorrow we are off to Fatima, which is the highlight for me when we were planning this trip. I hope it is all what I expect it to be.
Our walking distance to date would be well in excess of 20km. With children in tow, this is amazing! Well done children!!.....and the oldies!!
JC signing out.