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Had a walk around the village, temperature 41 degrees, it was 35 at 7pm. Went over to Pampilhosa da Serra the administrative centre for this area. Quite a largish village that is over 700 years old. they are preparing for its 7 day festa. Markets, singers, bands, dancing it is a modern version of the older medieval tournament and gathering ...
Met up with nephew Mark and enjoying the family time in quite surroundings. Richard and I went to Castelo Branco to take Mark to the train as he had to back into work for mid term school results. Temperature mid 30's We arrived back at Esteiro and Simon, Susi and Nathan had arrived. Had a birthday party for ...
Distance: 26 km
Santiago train ramp is a hot topic. Every conversation about our walk to Santiago ends with questions or remarks about the derailed train. I learn a lot of train related Portuguese words. It is of course very sad what happened there
I started alone this morning, like most of the time, and I'm the last one to leave, also like most of the time.
I meet a new traveler from ...
Distance: 25 km
Today is the shortest trip till now, only 25 km. This means, sleeping in, having long breakfast and having some time to arrange this blogging!
Sometimes of these mini-mercado's (mini supermarkets) are really tiny indeed... They are often just the front room of a house, with some shelves on which you can find random products. This specific one you ...
I was awoken by the smell of porridge. Tart, green apple cubes and plump sultanas sprinkled the surface of the hot, oaty mixture, combining to form a tantalising aroma that played on my taste buds. A large mug of herbal tea sat next to the porridge bowl, sweetened with a little honey, but still too hot to drink.
My parents and sister were already awake, and sat at the dining table consulting a folding map of Portugal.