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It was the final beer as the girls had decided to pull out a day early to go to Oporto in Portugal. A bit of last minute apartment and taxi booking saw us ready to leave in the morning. If you want excitement then Larino is not the place for you, but it really is a lovely place for a week or two just relaxing.
Saw the result of the latest poll, 88 to 54 sounds like a fair result, but it's hard to see how Labor got that many.
... is bloody freezing. It is the Atlantic.
After that we went to a bar where we got wifi, but I didn’t have the computer with me so couldn’t do anything anyway. We left that bar as the local men were playing Dominos. A simple game that has been turned into a contest to see who has the biggest testicles and who can slam the domino down on the table the hardest and loudest while shouting at ...
Not much to say other than we got in late at night, took a cab to our hotel. Showered, slept, ate, heard gun shots outside our window and woke up early to catch the train to Madrid. WE WERE EXHAUSTED. Ps... Our hotel didn't even have a reception.... Good times haha
the town itself is actually cute though, except that there were people everywhere still up at 7 am from partying the night before on the streets. An unexpectedly lively city. ...
... have time to visit the castle overlooking the town.
We drove the couple of hours to Cangas del Morrazo where we would leave the car in the garage of Rubens sister in law Rosana' parents house to catch the ferry to the Cies islands. We ordered a lunch of local tapas; an octopus dish (Pulpo a la Gallega), potato frittata, roasted chilli pepper things (Pimiento de Padron), and chorizo.
We had grand plans of stocking up on food for the islands but ...
... map of Pontevedra includes a useful walking guide, which we follow faithfully. Before we commence, a large, strong cafe con leche is needed to calm the nerves.
The walk is fascinating, and we are happy that we decided to visit this lovely town. It is an unknown treasure. Very lively and very medieval.
Having completed the circuit suggested by the tourist office, we locate our car and pay a reasonable ...