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... br> There was far too much for us to finish but it was just delicious and soooo...tender. And for all that and three carafes of wine it cost just 12 euros each. Prices have certainly come down since arriving in Portugal. As we left we passed people still queueing to get in.
After dinner we went to the rooftop balcony on our hotel roof and took pictures of the town being lit up with spotlights as the sun went down before going to bed.
So we are sitting in a seedy Porto cafe eating de nata custard tarts waiting for a train to Coimbra. Porto has been a delectable place to stop and relax post Camino, we toured multiple port caves and more importantly sampled the wares. Decidedly Porto truly is a great place to drink port and furthermore to eat Portugese food. Speaking of which apparently if you ever come to Porto you apparently shouldn't leave ...
... I say we have reserved to but she says this specific table has been reserved for someone else. We are not that bothered about moving as long as we don't get put next to a noisy American family we have been suffering in the bar. As it happens the table we are moved to is not near them and is in fact a nicer table. Don't tell the manageress though as she gave us a free white port as an aperitif to apologise for the ...
... find a campsite in Mira were difficult as the coast road is about 3km in from the coast and all the land to the coast is a giant forest of scrawny trees and terrible roads. The satnav sent me on one that a sherman tank would struggle with. Only leave the main roads running parallel to the sea as close to your target as possible. A good map is a long way better than satnav in those roads.
Our hot afternoon efforts were ...
Tomorrow it will be three whole weeks since we set off on Isabella for the start of our sail to Malta. Since then we have had good days and bad days. However after we crossed the Bay of Biscay we thought we would begin to get the Portugese trade winds from the north and warm sunny days. How wrong we were!
More of that in a mo.
We really enjoyed Porto.
Carol, Duncan, Hugh, Philomena Dawson and I took a tuk tuk around the city. A tuk ...