Day 35 Road Trip with Kids: Birthplace of an Explorer? Colonizer? Or a Nutjob? A Day in Sines, Portugal in Pictures

Day 35 of our family camping road trip this year. We are almost home. Last stop: Sines, the first port of Portugal. Why Sines? Apart from Ferdinand Magellan, the first European to "discover" the Philippines, Vasco da Gama sparked an interest in me since childhood school days about the great explorers who went out into the great unknown when everyone else said, "Are you nuts?", or something to that effect. Here's our day in Sines in pictures, paying homage to the great nutjobs of their times.

Day 33 Road Trip: A Day in Porto with Kids in Pictures

Looking down old town Porto from the Luis I bridge. On day 32 of the return trip of our family camping road trip, we leave the way of the pilgrims in Santiago de Compostela, the Virgin Mary's stone boat in Murxia the end of the then-known world in Fisterra, for Porto, Portugal in this roundabout-kind-of-way, … Continue reading Day 33 Road Trip: A Day in Porto with Kids in Pictures