Hotel Porto Antigo
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... And on our side of the garden were cauliflower, beetroot, carrots, cabbage, potatoes. I loved beetroot. When I was very small my standard request for supper was "beetroot and tea please". One Satruday when my parents took my grandparents to town, my sister, Mildred and Elizabeth and I decided to cook our own food. We had a wonderful treehouse in the willow tree that stood between the house and the vegetable garden. (We were usually not allowed in the garden, other than to take Oupa ...
We left the ship this morning again in the company of Hugo and Pedro. Today's excursion offered by the ship included a visit to a well-known local quinta (winery) where the famous Portuguese Port wine is produced. The plan for walkers, however, was to join Hugo, Pedro, Ruth, and me on a walk through the vineyards where the grapes are produced.
Our bus wound out of the tiny, riverside village of Pinhão up a series of ...
... t going to get a 5iver or better from me. During the tour I overheard some people talking about football and famous Belgian sportsmen. I started talking about john bosman (look him up if you don't know who he is but he changed the face of football transfers forever). This conversation went on and on and ended up getting me an invite with them and a few others to go on a wine tour with them down on the port. Then two aussie’s overheard us ...
... street of pedestrian shoppers and the first beggars we have seen. A young couple entertained - she played the sitar while he banged on a wooden box. We stopped for coffee at the Cafe Majestic, described as the "circa 1900 hangout for the local intelligentsia" . From there we wandered along heading downhill past the train station until we reached the river and our shuttle.
Back at the Pousada we relaxed until dinner. Tonight Mike had ...
A 9 am start on Monday 17 June (Day 3) for our morning walking tour of Porto (I like these later starts compared to the 7 am departures on my Namibia tour). This included the stock exchange, port tasting at Burmester, Francisco church with its elaborate wood gilded internal decorations, and wander along the medieval river front. I like this city. The afternoon was free time for everyone, and the morning sunshine was replaced by dark clouds and eventually rain. For ...