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Monday, March 23, 2009

Hi, from Portugal

Today we started week two of our trip to Portugal. The first week was spent on the island of Madeira where Ed's grandparents were born. Now we're in the southern part of Portugal (back on the mainland).

Internet access has sucked big time. Only limited access on the main floor of the places we've been staying. And you have to wade through all the instructions in Portuguese to get to the English version and be able to sign in! That's interesting. Plus the keyboard is just a bit different so when I try to type caps, I often get <. And the apostrophe and hyphen are reversed so thatºs really fun. Oh, yes, and the @ thingy needs a whole strange set of keys.

We've been eating seafood like all fish were soon to be extinct. And it's been wonderful. Both of our hotels have been right on the water so we can sleep while listening to the ocean. That's not a bad thing!

Well, my time on this computer is almost up so bye, bye for now. Just wanted to say hit.


namaste said...

hi sandi! going to sleep to the sound of the ocean sounds marvelous. too bad about internet, but that can totally wait until you get back. hope you have the journal your daughter gave you so you're taking notes for future posts.

tell ed hi from ward and me. enjoy!

i miss you!



Loving Annie said...

Hi Sandi !


Enjoy portugal and all the fish you can eat :)

Jenni said...

Wish I was there eating fish right along side you!

ba and the boys said...

oh you are so lucky! take photos and notes and come back to the usa and brag!

Fleur de Lisa said...

I can't wait to see all of your photos. Have a great time!

MMrussianadoption said...

I am super jealous. hope you have the best time ever. Eat extra for me as I am on a diet.

Nikki said...

Sounds wonderful!!!

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Desert Diva said...

What a wonderful trip, and it sounds like you and Ed are having a great time. Enjoy yourselves and I'll look forward to seeing the photos. Safe travels!