Tryp Los Galeones
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... of different wines and work out which you want to buy to take home, then the supermarket is quicker and cheaper!
Next stop a campsite out on the other side of the bay. This area is called Rķas Baixas because of all the inlets.
Now we are in July everywhere by the coast it is a lot busier. We have not been booking sites in advance, but so far as long as you don't turn up too late, you will get in. We stayed in Limens for ...
... car. We have lost a bit of time but surely now we can get off without another hitch. But as Monty Python once said "No-one expects the Galicia VESPA Owners Club". Just as we are about to move off five hundred scooters start pouring in to the square. There is nothing we can do but wait and enjoy the show. Eventually they all scoot in to the square and we can get going. It is an easy drive down to the border and before too long we are in Portugal and not too far behind schedule. But ...
... and beaches. Some time I must come back to Porto and get a tram pass and spend a day going on every one of the old style cars. Up hills and weaving between 21 century traffic I was envious of the passengers within. We took the 3 for €19.00 tour, bus first then river trip and lastly port cellar tour and tasting in Cave Burmester.
The day was searing hot and the street taps are handy for re-filling water bottles.I think ...
... did an experiment seven or eight years ago. They put a violinist in a busy metro station and asked him to play very difficult and beautiful classical music, dressed in a t-shirt and jeans, wearing a baseball cap. In the 20 minutes he played, they counted over 1200 people who passed by without even noticing him. Only three or four people stopped to listen. As you may have guessed, the violinist was one of the greatest violinists in the world today - Joshua ...
I’ve met some fantastic people on this boat already; everyone is absolutely fascinating. You end up getting into conversations here, there and everywhere; there’s a wonderful small community feel here where people say “Good Morning” and “Have a nice day”, a welcome relief from the normal Essex grunts I’m used to. Funnily enough word is getting around the ship now about why dad and I are here; today I ...