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Travel Blogs from Sao Pedro do Sul
... stabbed the haggis.
We enjoyed a fabulous meal including the haggis and whiskey toast and then the entertainment and dancing followed. I really enjoyed the Scottish dancing and the cast of 'Explosive Productions' and their Scottish reel and the superb playing of the Sapphire orchestra. A splendid evening all ...
... water at common well pumps, and men, especially, gathered for conversation in the “tasca,” the cafe/bar that also serves as a community gathering place and village communications center.
Antonio and Maria wanted to show us where they used to live in Cambra, actually three places. We went to the latest house and found, Fernando, the son-in-law of their previous neighbor at home there. After greetings all around, Fernando took us around the corner ...
We're on the plane between Amsterdam and Seattle, heading home after 20 days of exploring Portugal. I’ve been surprised and impressed with this small country on the edge of the Iberian Peninsula. There is more to Portugal than meets the eye – a warmth, a gentleness, a humility that is both welcoming and intriguing. I want to learn more about Portugal. I’m digging deeper, reading, listening, and following up on new ...
The Douro is a particularly scenic river, devoted, as it is, to agriculture, and coursing through a rather deep-set valley. We’ve been cruising upstream for a couple of days now, stopping to learn about port wine (produced only in this valley) at a local quinta (winery), visiting Mateus Palace and Gardens, exploring one of the historic villages, and sailing lazily along the river.
I’ve attached a batch of photos taken that represent what we ...
... town was just really cute, and adorable.
Next we stopped in Guimar„es. There was a store here that made cast iron things, and it was recommended by the travel book. However, we forgot that on Sundays everything is closed especially during siesta time. So, the city was completely empty and all the stores were closed except pasty shops. Although, it was a really cute town that looked a lot like a little German town. We stopped and ...
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