Travel Blogs from Loule, Portugal

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Loving Loule, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Loving Loule

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

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... as the Dordogne, the firewood pile is a status symbol. The neater and squarer and of course the larger the better! Houses in Portugal have much smaller stocks but the one I made from the tree trimmings was designed to be admired!. Each time we checked ...

Fun pants - all is much better now., Loule, Portugal travel blog

Fun pants - all is much better now.

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

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I used to have a "proper job". The thing that people plan as a "career". The sort that parents can be proud of, that earned good money, required a suit and qualifications that meant letters after my name. That sort of stuff.  Unfortunately it was ...

This is the life in Loule, Algarve, Portugal, Loule, Portugal travel blog

This is the life in Loule, Algarve, Portugal

A travel blog entry by lifeinbrian

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... other two.     No photos of the Moorish market building, but on a Saturday there is a large market in Loule. There are huge volumes of stalls selling fruit and veg outside the market but fewer stalls inside. Recently the town council ...

Algarve, Loulé, Portugal travel blog

Algarve

A travel blog entry by jcfferrer

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De quantas maneiras é possível caminhar? Diz-se que a arte torna o mundo visível. Se à percepção humana da Natureza e do mundo que nos rodeia juntarmos uma componente estética e artística, não ganharemos logo com isso? De quantas maneiras é ...

Loving Loule, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Loving Loule

A travel blog entry by lesliemaze

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I got to Loule this morning after a harrowing 16 minute train ride (just kidding).  The train ticket was 1.80 Euros but the taxi was 10.80 Euros for the six kilometres. It's very unusual to have the train station so far as it has been a 5-15 minute ...

Loulé, 26 km; 400 ascent gross, Loulé, Portugal travel blog

Loulé, 26 km; 400 ascent gross

A travel blog entry by elohim

... biking guide for South Portugal by Falk v. Kriegsheim. It’s a 2006 edition and many things changed quickly on our tour (Portugal’s building boom fokussing particularly on tourist centres). But still the book was a handy and helpful ...

Housesitting in Portugal, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Housesitting in Portugal

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick

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The Algarve is the southernmost region of  Portugal, and is a popular tourist destination, almost 10 million people visit there every year.  We were going to be house sitting for Kevin and Wendy who were returning to England to spend the ...

Markttag in Loulé, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Markttag in Loulé

A travel blog entry by ichumeinereisen

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... regionalen Gemüsemarkt und freuten uns an der bunten Vielfalt. Mit einem Kaffee in einem sonnigen Café beendeten wir den Auflug nach Loule. Auf dem Rückweg besuchten wir noch den Strand in Quarteira, aber leider war das Café, das uns im letzten Jahr ...

Another Market & Another Estoi, Loule & yes - Estoi, Portugal travel blog

Another Market & Another Estoi

A travel blog entry by drudell

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... more - we already have a bag at home from Mertola, but we vow to eat every last one before leaving Portugal. We also visit the castle in Loule, and although quite restored it doesn't command a hill and sits in town surrounded by buildings and is somewhat ...

tanken? oei dat hadden we in Spanje moeten doen, Loule, Portugal travel blog

tanken? oei dat hadden we in Spanje moeten doen

A travel blog entry by jan10

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De eerste stop in Portugal is bij Loule. Het is een beetje bewolkt maar dat is eigenlijk wel fijn om te rijden. De Vouwwagen in pakken was nu sneller, aangezien we de voortent er al de avond van te voren van af gehaald hadden. HIerdoor konden we eerder ...

Hiking near Amendoeira, Portugal, Loulé, Portugal travel blog

Hiking near Amendoeira, Portugal

A travel blog entry by wintering

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Our walking route was in the hills in the northern region of the Algarve. The hilly route took us on rocky paths, dirt lanes, and some remote roads. Olive trees were plentiful as well as the occasional cork oaks and pines. Flowering trees and bushes ...

algarve, Algarve, Portugal travel blog

algarve

A travel blog entry by beckycleere

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toilets in the train, Loule, Portugal travel blog

toilets in the train

A travel blog entry by dtofsrud

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this day started off in coas! Got up late, loitered around chatting up the roomies, nearly missed the bus to Loulé.  We (Diane and I) were going to check out this market we'd been hearing about but it was locked up solid!  So we had breakfast, ...

Esperando o Comboio para Lisboa, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Esperando o Comboio para Lisboa

A travel blog entry by oreydc

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Waiting for the Train to Lisbon ...

Loule carnival, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Loule carnival

A travel blog entry by issywiz

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We decided last night to move Molly to Loule for the carnival we had heard of rather than get the bus like we had originally planned.  We arrived in the dark and found out we were near the stray dogs compound (we think) as throughout the ...

Querenca Sausage Festival - Festa das Chouricas, Faro, Portugal travel blog

Querenca Sausage Festival - Festa das Chouricas

A travel blog entry by wintering

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Querenca is a small village nestled high in the hills northwest of Tavira. Every year in January a festival is held in honor of St. Luis, the guardian of animals. What better way to celebrate than grinding the animals into spicy sausages, similar to the ...

Relaxing time with friends near Faro, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Relaxing time with friends near Faro

A travel blog entry by clarecy

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Carnaval at Loule, Loulé, Portugal travel blog

Carnaval at Loule

A travel blog entry by wintering

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... , and lots of dancers. The dancers on some floats wore only body paint (possibly with a g-string), which was unexpected! The Loule parade always uses political satire. One float mocked our new American president. It depicted Putin launching Trump (his ...

The last Girls holiday, Loulé, Portugal travel blog

The last Girls holiday

A travel blog entry by bellacowley

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The last girls holiday where we were all together before all splitting up to either university, jobs or traveling. This year we where all going out separate ways. Our last holiday in Francesca stunning family holiday home where we all stayed and enjoyed ...

Rain, rain, go away, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Rain, rain, go away

A travel blog entry by clpdelaney

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...  Turns out I was abit overdressed as by 10:30 it had mostly stopped raining and the temperature was in the mid-50s.   Loule is our first inland town.  It was originally settled by the Moors and there is the remnant of a castle.  More ...

Carnival day, Loule, Portugal travel blog

Carnival day

A travel blog entry by penny.percival

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... full swing so we gave in and got up. Quick breakfast and we needed to get off, a huge trek today, about 60km to get to Loule, where we were going for the Carnaval. Arrived at 11am just in time for the Motorbike parade, which was a bit smelly and random, ...

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