13 thoughts on “PortCam16 // D3 / Barcelos to Quintiaes

  1. Ho the White Port,!! I remember a meal, just before entering Spain : a lot of laugh , a lot of something , maybe White Port and Steve boobs πŸ™‚ ;)Let’s do it again; bises

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  2. Bill,
    Wonderful post! I enjoyed your leviity and humility.

    Is this casa the Casa dos Assentos? Did the owner talk about the history of the Casa at the beginning of your dinner?

    I would not call a drizzle rain either and I’m hoping for sunny skies for the remainder of your tour.

    Arlène

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  3. Ode to White Port… love the stuff…. ambrosia. So much fun reading your post today… wondering if your nose has grown an inch or so…. on account it didn’t rain.. just drizzle…lol Hugs

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  4. Wow Bill! What a great post! Such a terrific day despite the, ahem, drizzle!
    May the magic of the Camino be with you all every day –
    Camino hugs to you all –
    Jenny xo

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  5. Ken and I like swinging through trees Bill – how did you find out? And best stock up on white port in Portugal, it is only a Portugal delight! We know because where ever we went in Spain we tried to buy some – to no avail!

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  6. The blue arrow is a tool to tell someone that they’ve lost their mind, having finished at Santiago and then decide …. to go back!!! So, the blue arrows are there to let you know that yes, you are nuts, but at least you are heading in the right direction going back to where you came from πŸ™‚

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    • Britta! That’s outrageous of you! The Fatima people though ARE strange – then again they probably think the Camino people are strange too! haha

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