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That night we went out and experienced the nightlife with everyone from the hostel. Being such a small town, the bars and places to eat were all very close together which made things very easy.
The next day we woke up and decided we wanted to do the kayak tour, through a few of the grottos and around the entire peninsula. Thankfully the sun was shining today but there was a bit of a ...
... and steep, steep climbs....I doubt that stilettos are a big seller over here! We wandered and climbed and climbed to lookouts - miradouro - not doing anything in particular but just soaking up the great atmosphere. I really love this place, and could see immediately why Kate suggested this trip. Her Portugese served us very well throughout and it feels good to have one person who can communicate so easily - ...
... out as we were loving the vibe of the place, being a very young and energetic vibe, but knowing we were booked into a hostel called the Gspot Party Hostel for the next 2 nights. But this place is really cool, it is full of young people and the streets are full of life. We are right in the centre in both of our hostels we are staying in and are really looking forward to spending the next 2 days lounging on the beach and exploring the wonderful streets.
... up on the weather and left). We make it as far a Faro (about 15 miles), when Kathleen decides she has had enough. I must admit, it is very windy, I do not think I have been on a motorcycle in such high winds. We turn around and return to Quateira.
Something tells me the scooter is not going to be a success.
Once back, we get into conversation ...
... one second of my glorious performance was captured on video!! At any rate, my first encounter with traditional Portuguese folk dancing turned out to be really fun, in spite of the surprise “hop-up” that didn’t work out so well.
We were very impressed, however, with the inclusion of all ages among the dancers - from five or six years to upper fifties perhaps! What a wonderful way to preserve intangible culture for ages to come.