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Before relating details of our long excursion yesterday, a bit more about day-to-day life here at Camping Chave Grande. What sets this site above the level of many that we have used over the years is that our hosts, Lidia and Jorge go the extra mile in creating the best experience possible for their clients. Take Sunday, for instance, when we went to the evening buffet of Portuguese 'cold table' - a wide selection of delicious cold meats, cheeses, artisan bread, honey ...
... based - the joys of caravanning. He carries a few other lines such as milk, eggs and cheese so I shall stock up before we leave. As indicated on the information sheet, we drove out to the Saturday morning market at Lamas, a small town but not as we know it in the UK. The stalls included shoes, clothing, hardware, and all sorts of foods, but we bought just fruit and veg for the next few days as we have another camp supper tomorrow ...
We have a beautiful breakfast in the lounge at Carmo's. We can't eat outside as it is too cold and later it starts raining. What a contrast from yesterday. We head off for Viseu. Its motorway the whole way a lot of it high up in mountains with spectacular bridges and viaducts. There are hardly any cars on it and even less lorries. We cross over the Douro River but ...
... happy with it. I have been struggling a but with speed limits, I sit on 105 in the 100 zone and see no others for 20 minutes (toll roads) and then they fly past in smallish groups at maybe 120-130. Yesterday I decided to tag on the back of the pack. HiHo went from 105 to 155 very quickly but I hen decided it wasn't a good idea and backed off down to 110.
We've seen lots of eucalypts on the side of the road in plantations, mostly blue gums, ...
We drove 50 mins to Sátão from Viseu after restocking for the weekend at the supermarket. A gourmet weekend was in order and it's not disappointed one bit. Hand peeled prawns in garlic, olive oil and chorizos, traditional Portuguese rolled pork with a local stuffing smothered in onions, pepper, salt and pepper seasonings, large fish kebabs, aubergine & halloumi parcels, cocktails shaken!!! It's all too much holiday fun... Time to travel Monday ...