Portugal was a pleasant surprise.
We hadn't planned to go there. We were supposed to spend a week doing a Workaway in a small French village in the Pyrenees Mountains, but it got canceled so we needed somewhere else to go. Flights were cheap to Portugal, we'd never been there, and we were all craving a little beach time...
So after Paris, off we went to Porto!
Unplanned adventures are often the best adventures!
We’re literally flying out of our comfort zone today.
We’re leaving the familiarity of western Europe, about to board a flight to Romania. L and I are excited but a bit nervous. We know that from here forward things will be become a little more challenging with every step. We have just three weeks left in Europe before we change continents.
I think we’re ready though. We’ve learned a lot over the last 10 weeks…mostly how to figure things out.
It's time for something new.
I mostly talk to two people these days.
One of them is just eight years old and the other is someone I’ve already been talking to for 15 years.
Although I still love talking to them both; I was looking forward to our next stop because it meant having new people to talk to!
After five weeks in Brussels, it was time to move on. We were all quite excited to go back through the Chunnel to see one of my oldest friends and her family in Portsmouth – a port city in Hampshire, England.