Jardins Santa Eulalia
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just have to show you these pictures. I have seen this hairdresser a few times but was reluctant to ask if I can take some pictures. Today I did. The old man so so kind and gentle about it that i thought i had to drum up some clients for him. Paul was closest at hand. Just look at how old and peeling , not just the paint but even the plaster. It must be so old. Even his clothes were in tatters but he did a great job. ...
We have arrived in Portugal and it is beautiful and sunny. We did have a few issues at the border where you have to register for the tolls and we sort of by passed them up the wrong way right in front of the police station. Luckily they must be used to tourists doing it, about four more cars did it after us.
We found our campsite near the beach and went for a walk. It was lovely and warm, down to a t-shirt for the ...
... Looks the same just walks a bit more stiff legged than a lamb, which always look like they haven't quite got their coordination right yet. She lifts up fallen branches, where the grass managed to grow long underneath, for the goats to eat.
We still have our same Frenchies (as Paul calls them) next door, so we don't feel so bad about being here that long, at least the neighbors have been here longer.
Okay, hope all well,
lots of love
... t think to much of it. My dads voice saying "it's a rental" popped into my head on my occasions. When we came to the end of the road there was a group of high schoolers all in a little group, being teenagers. As I went to make the last little turn over a bump we almost didn't make it so I had to gun it. At least I got cheers from the teens. The stop was well worth the off roading. I'll keep this one short and let the pictures speak for the rest of our short one night stay in ...
We left Alvor early and headed north via Paira de Roche. Which was horrid and so built up. Along the river and crossed by Portimao then North to Silves a town on the river Arade. It had been the centre for died fruits although had seen action from Arabs and Crussaders. There was a large part of the upper town which was fortified. Thick walls on dark red rock. We parked up on a carpark with about 200 other vans on the edge of town close to the river and went ...