HF Tuela Porto
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... with that. If there was a prolonged hold up in traffic or some special event they may get involved in that. If there was something criminal going down they could alert the branch that deals with that. All in all we watched a large number of these men chatting in shops and bars and very occasionally telling someone to move their car. I think this was mainly for show. As a mark of their importance they drove smart cars if they had cars ...
It's been a rather stressful day - for Greg to drive and for me to navigate. We left Santiago de Compostela right after breakfast. Our goal is Porto in Portugal but we planned to drive by coast a bit before leaving Spain. Navigating is always tricky. Our GPS is not very up-to-date with new highways, so I'm also looking at Greg's phone with the off-line map app. And on top of that, our Lonely Planet guidebook. We did quite a few wrong turns ...
... earn a bit of money. So I'm very happy with it and choose to work a lot this summer. Also needed after some years of no payed job ;)
In between two hikes I have spend a month in Moinho and helped out with the construction of the bakery. We worked with the whole tribe, sharing the work and learning from each other. The pictures show you how... There was a bakery before, but it had the oven inside (less space for other things) and a (temporary) metal roof (that ...
... is laundry day in Porto. No where in the world have i seen a place that hanging laundry is so photogenic.
Get lost and explore the streets. Getting lost. Ahhhhh yes, the story of my life. Though when my (poor) navigating happened in Porto, I found myself wondering through a maze of narrow alleyways, cobbled streets, brightly coloured houses and crumbling buildings only to finish at the UNESCO waterfront. ...
... for our happy snapping, and also visited the old Porto stock exchange building and did the guided tour which was an interesting old building with lots of banquet halls and elegant sculptures n stuff. Also walked up a shitload of hills (did we mention theres alot of hills in Porto ?) Also spent a day just drinking cheap beers by the river.
Overall, Porto was really cool, people were generally pretty nice and helpful and it wasnt ...