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Sightseeing Elvas in Portugal – Day 18

20 November 2009 No Comment

Thursday 30th July 2009 – Portugal

Only a short drive today to the Portuguese border to a campsite in Elvas. It was cheaper here, but i was one of only two tents in the entire campsite. It was like a ghost town, but it was under cover and seemed nice enough.

I took a walk into town but it was a long long way, and very hot. I sat by a statue and had some lunch, and was amazed at how many women there were here. There wasn’t much to see or do here but women seemed to like it here.

Back at the campsite, there wasn’t much else to do but sit and wait for my new bank card. I wanted to keep moving little by little each day so that i wasn’t stuck in the same place for any period of time. If i find a place i like i will stay there for a bit, but i wanted to move from this place. Traveling down to the Algarve would have been nice, but prices would start to soar the further south i went. I can come back here any time in the future any way, so my idea was to move back into Spain and carry on slowly.

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