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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 ...
... and crossed the river. Very interesting views.
We spent the afternoon wandering around the town which is fascinating as there is architecture dating back many centuries.
In the evening enjoyed a wonderful grilled seafood meal in the fishing village.
On Sunday we went back to Porto and enjoyed some of the local dishes recommended to us by the newspaper kiosk man.
... the BBQ place anyway but decided to carry on to see what else was around. Turns out not much. The area we were in was nice enough, but it was more of a thoroughfare suburb than a destination so there wasn't much in the way of food. We had no choice but to just walk in the hopes that things would pick up down that way. In hindsight, we should have just jumped back on the metro but didn't realise how far out we were. We tried to take a short cut through a big palace gardens but ended ...
... br> costed 24 euro- which is awesome. We ate a quick lunch before we left and me
and Amanda were adventurous and tried this portugese shrimp dish- it was
awesome. We caught the train to Porto which took around 3.5 hours- most of
which I slept. We got to Porto, Portugal around 7:30 except our experience in
the train station was slightly frantic. The metro/train system was extremely
difficult to navigate, the ticket kiosks to buy the metro tickets were ...
... contact with oxygen through the wooden barrel and so fermentation is slower and longer - maybe that it what gave it the edge - good things take time! The taste was supposed to reflect dark fruits and chocolate....I couldn't taste either but it was easier to drink than the others.
Mark preferred the Ruby ports too, so maybe we are a match made in heaven! Certainly there is nothing like the confines of a van to bring ...