Vip Executive Saldanha Hotel
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... square which we had seen on our sail in. A huge square surrounded by cafes and restaurants, and an arch leading into the city it was spectacular. Pausing for a coffee in our meandering, we were not going to have cake as well, until the young waiter invited us to try a Portuguese tart. Of course we tried one and it was delicious. We also tried a local beer, walking in 30 degree temperatures certainly makes you ...
... so I detoured to the right and went into the main plaza, the commercial zone. There's only one way in, and one way out. I ended up back where we started. Oh ****; we're really behind schedule now. Stress, stress. No way am I going into the restricted zone and risk the substantial fines. Back to the square, back out the same way. But wait...I missed a sign that said 'all directions' in Spanish. Hang a louie; just following everyone else. Made it back on the ...
... Portugese singing and folk dancing. Bec had warned us that it was quite melancholy, but it was pretty good (in a melancholy kind of way) and they are very talented singers and dancers. It is one part of travelling that I really like, seeing the different cultures and traditions. You all know how much Dylan loves being on stage, so you would know how much he loved being chosen with me at the end of the show to get up on stage and dance around with a ...
... scene or even a whole wall or altar backdrop. Most dated back to the 1600s. Drove back to the camp on the riverbank. Two young fellows came to chat - one German, one Dutch, they had met in Aus., and were now doing a year travelling together. Great chat about their time in Aus. and their ongoing plans. Just about to go to bed. "Hallo, neighbour" and tapping at the door. A beggar with a long story of his friends abandoning him! Finally, ...
... us on this cruise.
Before leaving home, I'd picked out a restaurant for dinner within walking distance of the hotel on TripAdvisor.com. With map in hand we wended our way to the restaurant, only to find a sign taped to the front door (in English and Spanish), saying that they had gone on vacation. So much for my research! So we ate at the place two doors down, ...