Slightly different day today. Izzy’s got an eye infection so we’re going to have to go to the doctors. It’s not the only crisis. We still don’t have cups big enough for the tea! Ta-daaaa! As you can see, I’ve got an eye infection, so it’s right there, so we’re going to the doctors even though, my Mum probably already told you that. Yeh. Centro de Saude. Must be this way. Looks like he’s tiptoeing across there. Hasn’t got any big feet. Presume it’s this way. Well this’ll be interesting. I was hoping to engage with the community a bit more but this wasn’t quite what I had in mind. This is a public one. This isn’t a private hospital, this is a public one. Ahhhhhh! I think I left my European Health Card back at the thingy. I don’t think it matters though, to be honest, because we’ve got travel insurance. I think we’ve come round the wrong way. Let’s try the front. Come on, you. Right. We’ve now done a full circuit. So I just asked for directions, in Portuguese, I actually understood the answer! I can’t believe it! She said, “Go up there and turn right.” Hey hey! Whoo hoo! Hmm…. Um, it turns out you need your passport, your European Health Card and you have to pay cash, so… we’re just gonna have to go back to the hotel to get all that stuff. We might go to the Pingo Doce supermarket if we can find it. Let’s use the crossing. OK? Is it actually gonna stop? Yes. Thank you. Obrigada. I think I saw the Pingo Doce this way. Yup. There it is. It’s like, the Tescos of Portugal It means, ‘The Sweet Drop’ I think? Shall we get a basket? What we could do with is some coconut oil. Oh! Tamarind! I haven’t seen that on sale for a while. It’s a bit pongy around here. They sell salted, dried cod fish called bacalhao. I’ll show you some now. It stinks the entire supermarket out! You could smell it even just coming through the door. There it is! Uh oh. How did this happen? We came back here again. Oh, I think Izzy wanted some crisps. My daughters a crispaholic. Potatoes, vegetable oil, salt. 74c. Cor, blimey. Quite a lot of those in there. With their feet on, look. Ooh, more crisps…. Don’t tell Izzy! It’s her favourite! (Izzy) UCAL!!!! Now we’re talking! Oh no, she’s seen it. It’s not at all fishy. Mmm, smells like ginger and cinnamon and bakeryness. Whoa yah! What are we talking about? I’m talking about the smell. It’s good. It IS good. Oh Isabel! I’ve found the doughnuts! Where, where, where is it? There. Do you wanna grab ’em? (Izzy gasps) There’s……Aggghhhhh! (licks lips) Can we have another one of the mango ones, please? Why not. That’s mango and orange. Manga laranja. Can you see it? I can see it. What?! Don’t take the bottom one! There’ll be a mangalanche! Wanna pop it in the basket? (Izzy) I’m looking forward to having one on the way back. Are you? You’ve worked up a thirst with all this…. all this not going to the doctors is very thirsty work. So we didn’t see any mugs then? No mugs. No coconut oil. So we came in for mugs and cocnut oil…. and we’re coming out with crisps, doughnuts, chocolate milk and mango nectar. (Izzy) What a dream feast! Let’s go pay. Hey look, Iz, there’s fitness trail stuff here. Yes, she’s SO ill, as you can see! Hold on!!! With both hands!! Wraaahhhhh! We’ve been distracted with the fitness trail stuff now. Oh that one looked fun. Cooeee! Looks like two steering wheels. Wheeeeeeeeeeeeee!! Wheeeeee! The way back to the resort is up hill! The bar bit’s in there. So today’s classroom look like this. Doing history. Right, let’s go and have lunch. Nice lunch. Izzy’s manage to convince us that her eye is better. So we’re gonna give it another day and see how it is in the morning and head into town instead. She’s now discussing how to find out if you’re a witch or not. We’ve moved on from demon. Oh! Me laces are undone! The street of tat. (Izzy) Apart from the soft toys, ’cause everybody loves a good soft toy. No, everybody does not. It’s the Jonas Bunny! And on this side we’ve got a giant bull. Mooo! (Izzy sings) #Dancing Queen! Sweets! Whaaah! That looks freaky! Does it? He’s like, “Hoouuugghhh!” Boingy things. (Izzy) Like, literally, I looked at it, I was touching it the other day and it suddenly went, like the thing it’s standing on just suddenly went like this: An’ it scared me, it did! Where’s she gone? Izzy? Oh there she is. Blimey! Look at these pants! I wouldn’t mind some socks. I actually found a top I like. It’s very rare that I ever like any clothes at all in shops! I’ve also found some 2.50 mugs. We’re just back at the beach and we’re just gonna have a little look at the waves bashing on the rocks again. Ahhh! Yeh! We’re getting some splashy rock action! Look at all these shells! What are you working on there? On the tail? Ok. We’re near the lift that we went up in yesterdays(?) vlog? I think it was….. The art’s coming along. What her name, Izzy? Morwen! Morwen! Morwen the… Mermaid! Bye bye Morwen! Hwyl fawr Morwen, as they say in Wales. Or Adeus, as they say em Portugal. Our next mission is to go to the Centro Comercial to see if we can get some cocnut oil I think we’re heading up the escalators again. (Izzy) Up we gooo! We’ve found the shopping centre anyway. That lady was in the post office sitting next to me yesterday! What do you think, Izzy? Do you approve? No….. Yes, I do! 5:17pm. Favourite. Love that. Right, let’s find Isabel. I can see her. Isabel! Happy? We’re finished. Let’s go and we’re gonna go back to the hotel. I’m back home with my haul! The kettle’s on. We now have mugs for making a proper sized cup of tea! And, I’m gonna end the vlog for today. I’ll see you tomorrow! bye-eee!