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... oddly similar to the ones in Harry Potter! We saw beautiful buildings and monuments, the building they made to look like a castle so their enemies would think they were protected, and where the old town and new town separated! Porto was the only Portuguese city that in all of the wars stayed belonging to Portugal, so that's interesting! That evening we went down the shopping street & checked out all the stores, watched two ladies get in ...
... stabbed the haggis.
We enjoyed a fabulous meal including the haggis and whiskey toast and then the entertainment and dancing followed. I really enjoyed the Scottish dancing and the cast of 'Explosive Productions' and their Scottish reel and the superb playing of the Sapphire orchestra. A splendid evening all ...
So after returning home to sunny Reading for 3 weeks, working at Sakura night club to get some extra cash, which really messed with my sleeping patterns. Spent a lovely christmas with the family and saw my friends before flying off again. We had planned to work in Santiago in Spain at a hostel that had accepted us to work there, and so we booked our flights and sorted everything out before we even arrived back in england in December. ...
... water at common well pumps, and men, especially, gathered for conversation in the “tasca,” the cafe/bar that also serves as a community gathering place and village communications center.
Antonio and Maria wanted to show us where they used to live in Cambra, actually three places. We went to the latest house and found, Fernando, the son-in-law of their previous neighbor at home there. After greetings all around, Fernando took us around the corner ...
... beauty as it lies deeper than a building facade or architectural extravagance. That the "city is beautiful in the way wet marble is beautiful on a rainy day". The city is old, with some modern flair but the areas surrounding the Douro river are it's true essence.
The Porto side of the river valley is lined with three varying styles and degrees of development; the first is the "tourist row" (as I like to call it) that lines the river, which houses a combinations of ...
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