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... the sightseeing activities! Shopping in Portugal is great. It is not as crowded and there are beautiful designs of rings and necklaces that are not available in Singapore. And without the ridiculous Tiffany's prices. More port tasting! We wrapped out Porto at Sandeman. I can say I can tell one port house from another in terms of taste. But I do know they were all intoxicatingly delicious. Bought more bottles of port, as much as we could bear ...
... for the shuttle back to the ship. Since we arrived at lunchtime (for the drivers) we waited in an adjacent park seated in the shade. When we saw the que growing, we decided to get in line ASAP, we didn’t want to wait any longer. Some were in line over an hour and along came the bus. Just then a group of Russians (?) jumped the line. WELL…you would have thought they invaded Oporto! Some of the people who had waited in line for so long tried ...
... town was transformed: very loud festive Portuguese music was blaring through speakers from open windows, cake stalls, tables and chairs appeared on the side-walks and strange smells emanated as big sardines and meat were being barbequed on the walkways. The whole city sprung to life: silly plastic hammers and squeaky toys were bought from street vendors and adults and children hit us on the head as part of this strange celebration that mixes the sacred ...
Today was seeing Porto from every possible angle - it is such a stunning town with imposing old stone buildings, brightly painted buildings & tiled buildings, river, beaches and parks. The weather was perfect with blue skies to further show off and showcase the towns beauty
I joined the free walking tour from the hostel this morning which ...
... that we are almost at the end of our one year loop around Europe! Five more sleeps and we catch the slow boat to England, a 25 hour crossing across the Bay of Biscay from Gijon, on the north coast of Spain to Poole in Dorset, arriving just 3 days before our MOT runs out and knocks the insurance out of play! It's been a helluva ride!
Porto, second largest city to Lisbon, sits on the river Duoro and has all the hallmarks of ...