Oura-View Beach Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we are climbing trees ) filled up the salad drawer. We bought a spud masher and an old Portuguese lady asked what it was when we demonstrated she was amazed and started giggling maybe they don't mash out here. The mind boggles. We went for afternoon tea bread and butter pudding with ice cream made by Adelaide. So we are not cooking tonight. It's a DVDs night. 22 degrees today just to make you all ...
... because I can't see to read without them both crazy woman. We are going on a shopping trip tomorrow to a town just a few miles away. Then afternoon tea back here Adelaide is making cakes now and a bread and butter pudding. Adelaide looks after the bar and cooks, she is with rasta boy who seems to be odd job man. We can't work out if she is preggers or not but she had a beer earlier so maybe not just ...
... up on fruit, salad, veg, and some goats cheese that looked like cottage cheese, we had it for lunch was good. Sue added to her underwater collection so she won't need to wash them quite so often. We treated ourselves to a pair of fly swatters pics below, nothing more irritating than sitting reading in the sunshine and flys tickling your legs. It's a hard ...
... water drain that run down the side of the road not hurt but the bike is, rasta boy who works here real name James but he has rasta hair is going to take a look at it I bent something and brakes are sticking. The place we are staying is called Mikkis place to stay. It's like a commune mikki is female and she is a potter so all around us are these wonderful pots and sculptures will take more pics it's an amazing ...
... I say sealife, because I swear I've never seen 2/3rds of it and don't think half of it could possibly qualify as food! Oh well, guess I'm really just a bass & perch eater...
We clear out of Olhau with our goodies and head for Estoi, a hill town Donna found in our guide book. With a palace and a Roman ruin it seems like a good bet and it's no more than a 30 minute drive. We park and begin to search out the palace, shouldn't be ...