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... to be your own person, and grow together without losing yourself. Today was a tough day on the Camino. Alfonso carried my backpack for the last 2-3km again. I can't let him do that anymore. It's too much to have somebody carry all of my burdens. But that is what love is about - giving of oneself and sacrificing for the other person. I need to be better about doing this myself. Until next time... Buen ...
... that it would not rain! It didn’t. Whew….but BOY was it humid and oh so HOT!!!
Portugal is known for its tiles. The facades of the buildings are covered from ground to roof with these elegant tiles. Each building has its own tile reflecting the owner’s whims or family history. So quaint. Oporto is bisected by a river, with old town on one side, and the wine industry on the other. This industry is, of course, Port. ...
... He rambled the whole time (in a good way) and was pretty funny. He had great stories and facts which he told in between our stops and it was quite nice to hear both perspectives about all things Porto. I felt a little sorry for the girl because everyone slowly gravitated to him and asked him more questions since he was super friendly and obviously knew a lot about the city. I guess it just came really natural to him. Anyway his 'unofficial tour' between the young girl's official ...
... in the background and all these little shops along the peir, we later
learned this area is a world heritage site called Cais Da Ribeira and is made
up of medieval streets. Its amazng how we continue to stumble upon these
incredible things. It was pretty late at this point so we decided to make the
up hill trek back to our apartment- porto is built on the side of a mountain so
there is a lot of uphill/downhill. We stopped and bought some water before
... bus and go in a second time. Because of the House of Sandeman tour and tasting, there was still quite a bit of the historic town that we hadn't seen and besides, the weather had picked up a notch; it was a good day for wandering after the obligatory hot chocolate on the Porto "riviera", actually called Ribeira, Portugese for "riverside"....same thing! Oh and guess what, it is UNESCO World Heritage! Medieval centre, one of the ...