Hotel B&B Porto Centro
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... these big guys and gals out of the doorway. Mind you, I was in agreement, but these guys were HUGE. They pushed back – one Aussie woman was quite fierce in her refusal to allow them on the bus. She was yelling at them, they claimed not to understand. I had never seen so many angry people. In the end, they got on, as did we, but some people who had waited with us did not. I think some complained to the ship staff which, I imagine fell of deaf ...
... We arrived at the new marina in the river Douro which is not too far from Porto. The marina is near a very pleasant fishing village which we explored in the afternoon.
The next day (Saturday) we wanted to take a local bus to Porto but there were very few so we decided to walk there.
Explored Gaia (where all the port distilleries are) and then took the cable car to the top of ...
... that my shoes may not make it. Also, my bank account is not prepared for a rainy day... so hopefully this Camino prepares us for what may come later in life. We were open to a pregnancy in April but were not prepared for it. I am not prepared for a baby now but I am still open to it. Yesterday Alfonso and I had an open and honest conversation about how we felt, the upcoming journey on the Camino and life thereafter. I ...
... a jug of water! Port followed of course and I enjoyed my time there observing a large party of girls celebrating in silly costumes. It was a Hens Do and I think their mission was to taste every drop in the place haha. Was interested to find that they make a dry white port and also to learn that port should be drunk slightly chilled, even the sweet dessert wines. Refreshed (and relieved haha) I managed to catch the last boat trip for the day. A must do 'six bridges' ...
... did not start getting busy again until 7 or later. Anyone there before this is either drinking coffee, wine or a TOURISt. People eat dinner at 9 or later. The ones eating before this are TOURISTS. The shops don't open until around 10 am and the city doesn't "wake up" until noon. We are told that there is a festival around the end of June where people start at the river at night, hit each other on the head with hollow plastic hammers ...