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We are lucky because Kumar can buy huge bunches of spinach from a fruit & vegetable wholesale market here in Lisbon. It costs almost nothing to buy and spinach forms an essential part of the Nepalese food I cook at home frequently. With the garlic, spices, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and EV olive oil, it becomes an incredibly tasty part of the meal. I must admit that I loathe the washing and chopping part but it has to be done. That’s what I have been doing this morning and now the spinach curry is ready to be stored in the fridge for use in the next few days.
I watched an incredible movie here two days ago. I don’t suppose anyone has heard of it. It is:- O Resgate do Ryan Soldado and translated to English means something like ‘Saving Soldier Ryan’ I don’t usually get too engrossed in most movies but I did with this one. There was also a brilliant documentary from from Palawan in the Philippines, somewhere I’ve always wanted to go. The main theme of this documentary was the illegal sale and smuggling of turtles and I loved the Palawan scenery. The Palawan picture above is not mine. I googled for it. The Philippines is one of my favourite world destinations and I have discovered some incredible places there. I have also had some very hair raising moments of danger while travelling inter island on the small pump boats.