Windmill Hill (Alto do Moinho)
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... for another camp site but I am sure we will meet up again. So, we are living a quiet life at the moment and feel more relaxed. We hope everybody is well and that you are enjoying the summer.With lots of love, us2
Sorry the silly programme is doing all sorts of funny things so it is a bit of a mess.
... It is quite run down in places with some beautiful old buildings standing empty. We have been buying perfect avocados, huge plums, fresh salad etc at the market. The market man obviously thought that my salad was not going to be any good because he insisted on putting an onion and a bunch of coriander in the bag. Even when I held my nose to indicate that I really don't like coriander he just ignored me. Had to give the coriander to the French neighbours.
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... islands to the coasts of Europe and Africa, here are the 40 best beaches on Earth.We were very happy to find out that Praia do Camilo, Lagos, Algarve, famous for its stunning rock formations, is ...
I'll admit, living in the Rockies and along the Pacific Ocean had me thinking I had seen what the world has to offer when it comes to natural beauty. Lagos totally took us by surprise with it's turquoise waters, surreal sandstone formations, adrenalin inducing cliffs and wacky hostel buddy (Hugo). Indeed, I am now convinced the world has beauty secrets I could never have imagined.
After some chilly days in Grenada and Seville, we were still rejoicing ...
We are enjoying the sun.
We have parked in a secure site with electricity €4 per night, which is fantastic value.
We decided to stay on until Monday when the township are having a religious ceremony to bless the fishing boats, followed by local dancing. This got the whole community out and a procession of clergy and followers walked from the church to the port. We joined in too. The people are so religious ...