The magnificent Hieronymite Monastery with Vasco Da Gama's tomb. ( I hope I am correct with this as I was halfasleep when visiting our 1001th church/cathedral)
The Fado - portugese singing and dancing. I found it sooooooo utterly boring I had to walk out halfway just after dinner, not even 1/2 into their performance!
At Sintra visiting the summer palace...
On the way to Cascais...a stunning view from the bus on the Altantic Ocean
I have this thing for taking maccas pictures everywhere I go. The McRoyal in Portugal. Ok tasting only-la.
Yummy shroom tapas for our farewell dinner as the tour comes to an end.
And the best way to end a Sunday and the end of the tour is some tequillas and beer with some new found friends in the Mariott bar! whalalalala!
I have genuinely enjoyed my 15 days tour of Spain, Portugal and Morocco with Tralfagar and strongly recommend anyone with intention to follow a tour group. Although I must say that there were too many optionals that we had to pay for. The optional dinners however, are something we did not regret going to..cept the Fado of course! I will sum up the entire trip in the next few posts.
Xoxo..till my next post.....the romantic city of Parieeeeee!