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As most of you will know Suz and I are partial to a bit of shopping. And we have not been near a shop apart from food since Valladolid and some boots in Bordeaux so any way we have both been hot in bed with our duvets mine is a thick winter one so we have bought some thin covers we call them comforters in Australia reversible see pics. We had lunch in Burger King and more bananas ( it won't be ...
Done nothing today to write home about its hot and glorious. I got the bike mended by Andy a nice bloke from Cleveleys everyone is so helpful. Hi Helen I got your email thanks hope your getting the blog again. Hello to all of you who have not got bored by now. It's 4.30 and we are sitting in the bar with a small glass of beer because we get free wifi this is what it looks like from here. The glasses ...
Off to the market today an English guy here has a mini bus and organises trips out. Today was the market at Algoz it was a hot day again I think there must have been a delivery of socks and boxers this week there were hundreds of them. Lots of thermals too the Portuguese folk are all wearing long trousers and coats, anyone would think it was winter. ...
It was quite windy this morning but it soon settled and was as hot as ever did some washing and all the stuff we need to do everyday. We got the bikes out again and it did not rain. We cycled towards Pera a village close to where we are. On the way we spied a sand sculpture display covering quite a large area you had to pay to see it. The theme was music and musicians forgot my phone so no pics sorry. I fell in ...
... added to the sense of this as a place where time had stopped about 500 years ago. We were hungry after the drive up the mountain so we began looking for a restaurant. Marcela, who was our day's guide, had been to Cachopo once before and informed us there were three restaurants.
The first, a "tasca" cafe (a restaurante-cafe with very inexpensive prices whose patrons are mostly locals) was completely full--no tables available. On to the next. It ...