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... has made Portugal his home for the past 30 years and currently farms herbs for both culinary and medicinal purposes which he sells at the craft shop next door. David now has a bag of his stress-relieving blend but I have suggested that he leaves off sampling it until we get back home in case it should upset his digestive system! Back in the car, we pressed on with the elevated route taking us along a river valley, the sides planted with vines - an indication that we ...
... overcast and cool but come midday blue sky and sunshine returned. The change in the climate now we are further north and in a hilly region is noticeable but the temperatures more manageable, so much so that David put the wheels on his bike and explored some of the pretty countryside round and about. A number of traders call onsite which is welcome given the remoteness, in particular the two bakery vans. This morning I stepped ...
... it on a viaduct. We get good views of the vine terraces lining the banks. We arrive in Viseu and park up to have a look round and something to eat before checking in. We have a frustrating encounter with a parking ticket machine which is not working but eventually find another one. Its sunny now and hot but nothing like yesterday - maybe 28 degrees. There isn't ...
Tell that it's sculptor well those passions read
Which yet survive, stamped on these lifeless things,
The hand that mocked them and the heart that fed.
And on the pedestal these words appear:
'My name is Ozimandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!'
Nothing beside remains, Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far ...
... lock. I think the lock was especially built for this boat, because it barely squeezed in. Ever alert as I am, I noticed the ground was covered in Cherry seeds, then I spotted an old guy across the road selling cherries out of the back of his truck. I wandered across and gestured with my 2 euros that I'd like to buy some. That will give me a handful I thought. Out came the scales and a sacko (plastic bag) and 1 kg later, I'm on my way. Fancy buying 1 kg of fresh cherries in ...