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Travel Blogs from Albufeira
... in Poole and had a catch up and few G & T's and next day a lift to get provisions! Very helpful indeed as well as female company:) It's sweaty hot and I'm lying awake killing the dreaded mossies which keep buzzing my ear. A few more days here before we do the canaries leg as a big weather front coming in .... No sign of baby ( first grandchild ) ...
... of your game. Following instructions, coping with new technology, having to ask for a second explanation and pleading powerlessly with domestic appliances. We failed to find the holiday house using both the written instructions and GPS. I suppose in the end I shall yield to the inevitable conclusion stuff is generally too complex and relinquish my superhuman ...
... was coming down with a good dose of the flu we took the opportunity to rest! We found our hostel in a great location, only a block or two from the water and also main part of town, we had small trunks in our rooms to lock our belongings and a small verandah overlooking the water.
We took some time in the afternoon to stroll around Lagos and found a cafe recommended in the Lonely Planet guide for juices ...
... while we were having dinner a market came & set up right next to the restaurant selling tennis racket shaped bug zappers that Dane decided he desperately needed. After much convincing that there were no bugs that he needed to zap we managed to head back to our accommodation without one.
... be spelled correctly):
bon dia = good day/good morning
bon tard = good afternoon
obrigado/obrigada = thank you (to a man/woman)
cerveja (pronounced ser-vay-sha) = beer - that one’s for you Dad!
disculpe = sorry/excuse me (like Spanish)
por favor = please (like Spanish)
hola = hello (like Spanish) – it is better to use bon dia or bon tard to greet someone -