Hotel Palacio Dos Melos
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... words and gained some much needed strength from them. I'm sure everyone will agree this was for a worthy cause, I know my brother would have agreed. A special thanks goes to my mum Vanessa and my wife Karis for their support throughout this adventure. When I set out on this journey I had lots of questions, and lots of those have been answered however one important question still remains ........ What next ? ...
... do dao which is a 3 meter wide Tarmac path on an old railway line .fortunately they removed the sleepers and track .and as luck would have it ,it was down hill all the way .Rod and mum found a great camping spot for me but unfortunately this time it was under water as they have damned the river down stream ,so I found a few trees ...
56 long hilly miles So after 2 big plates of scrambled egg and bacon 4 toast 6 sausages 2 boilled eggs 2 kiwis a bowl of fruit salad 3 glasses of orange juice and 3 cups of sweet coffee I was ready to go back go bed ! But instead I paid my bill and climbed back on my bike .It was now 9 o'clock . I was hopping for a nice leisurely warm up cycle out of town , but that didn't happen . The sat nav sent me up up up a massive hill for about half hour then ...
... showing the Douro region do not do it justice. It is absolutely breathtaking!
After lunch we ventured forth in buses to visit a few sights in the area and were shocked to see that once you leave the river and drive inland those vineyards continue-rolling hills of beautiful terraced vineyards, with small chateaus/wineries among them. I think it is more spectacular than California wine country.
We visited the small ...
... things first, our experience of traveling to the middle of nowhere... Kathryn starry eyed with the prospect of going walk about and getting lost for days on end, and myself excited to mount a horse and ride off into the sun set. We set off from Salamanca on what was to be a succession of buses. After a few changes of buses and waiting, we arrive in Oliviera Do Hospital (the middle of nowhere) and little do we know this is where the real adventure ...
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