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We set off on a road exploration to a little village called Piodao. we were told it was spectacular , a village on the side of a mountain where all the homes were built of slate. Wow what a drive. All along the valleys there were little villages clinging to the ...
... the back for making up these hills! Drove back up to Douradas for lunch, it was where we had stayed two nights with InGamba. Long long hills ... How did we ever make it? Even the decent back down from the top looked crazy ... No wonder I got over 70k per our. Sure bald we had dry roads, today's rain made it ...
... condition, with little streams running across the road, and more pine needles on the roads. Would have made days on the bike so much worse than we had. Stopped for some lunch at the same stop we did on the bikes, but couldn't sit out side this time. Wonderful local ham and cheese on a fresh bun. The drive is not for someone who doesn't like corners! Up and down, left and right ... ...
Woke to emails and SMS "Happy birthday" messages. Walked to the beach after brekkie to smell the sea, as we are about to go inland for a few weeks. Watched a man walk his two cats on extending leads! Drove past pine forests when they were tapping the sap with cups ?what for. Went to Tomar, site of the Convent the Order of Christ, headquarters of the Knights Templar , built 1160. Parked and climbed up the hill to the site. An amazing complex of a castle, mostly in ruins, and the ...
We didn't see everything that we'd wanted to the previous day in Porto, so we had a big decision to make. Do we drive the 130km back there to fill in the gaps or do we go somewhere else? Decisions, decisions. In the end we decided on the latter approach. Porto certainly had its appeal, but in other respects we'd found it less than compelling. Certainly, it was catering to the mass tourist market, much of it was a bit seedy and neglected and graffiti spraying seemed ...