3 thoughts on “The Magnificent River Douro

    1. It certainly is Cheryl. I love being able to travel to different places and learning something of different cultures.
      My one bugbear is that I’m hopeless at learning languages. I try, honest I do but, beyond being able to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’, I’m hopeless. It’s a good job most European countries have English as their second language. It’s also extremely humbling.
      We’ve taken the decision to take our house off the market and stay where we are for the next 3 years, at least. The housing market simply isn’t moving and, having taken that decision, we feel far less stressed!


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