Up to a revalation ref audioBooks, the Toronto library and my BlackBerry. Figured out what the poor programmers are doing. Can now listen to an audioBook and the BBC. Though I have to toggle through the settings.
We are all doomed. These useless programmers are working on our cars and planes.
Think I am exaggerating? Adobe, a world leader, thinks my BlackBerry browser is Safari, running on an Apple iPhone.
So packed and bid farewell to Lagoa.
Head out on a scenic route to Faro. My TomTom decided it was not scenic enough. On one roundabout, some 40km from Faro, it told me to take the 3rd exit. So I did. Thinking it strange. As I passed the 2nd exit, I glanced down to find TomTom had changed it’s mind.
NOTE: TomTom did weird stuff when I rode into Lagoa this morning. Sent me to the right of some new buildings, when the traffic was all heading left. Sure enough. As I merged with the traffic again, the biker who had been behind me, was WAY ahead.
As I said, useless programmers.
Found my route back to Faro, and 5km from the hotel, found a restaurant. Had lunch.
Excellent homemade soup……
followed by way too much…..
Had to have another water as I could not move. haha
Arrived at the hotel and unpacked.
Took a stroll.
Warm enough for some fig&almond gelato…..
Am staying on a sandbar. Across from the airport.
Nice view of the Atlantic and sunset.
Planes can only be heard on the north section.
Had some vino verde 😉
With a call to Barry, and reminisce about our sojurn on the Iberian penninsula 🙂
Sun was done.
Same for the vino verde.
Back to the room.
Some more BBM chat.
Update this blog.
Tomorrow, a look at Faro 🙂
“We are all doomed” !!
The gelato looks delicious; perhaps the ice cream makers of this world should take over from the programmers?
Take good care out there.
Nice thought. But do you remember the trouble Britain had with ice-cream in the Common Market? There was no cream in the ice-cream. Just hydrogenated fats, colouring, and flavouring.
Real stuff is hard to find, of any type 🙁
Beer? Aside from a few places in the UK, and one in Munchen, there’s no real beer that I have found in Europe.
Luckily wine and spirits are still OK 🙂
And the smaller restaurants for food 🙂
Soooo jealous. Vino Verde, the sun, the beach and only a short hop over to Lagos for more of the same.
Ride on Mate!
Forget Montpelier. Lagos!
I am always hungry looking at your blogs.
Thanks for the birthday card though I have stopped celebrating them.
Its 10C in Toronto – freak early spring weather.
I am going to start calling you Lucifer-Jesse after Jessi Ventura who is also a biker (ex Navy seal and politician). On his RT TV show it shows him riding his Harley on the wide open roads probably Arizona – saying “this is the ultimate definition of Freedom-riding my harley” You should contact him, and tell him about the “great Lucifers” travel logs.
We should all ride motorcycles 🙂