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... the camp site. We were curious as to why it avoided us and all the tents even though there was food. Soon a man on his bike came ride over yelling "damn dog" in a heavy, non posh, British accent. He and his wife chased the dog as we giggled at their attempts. Later we saw the couple but not the dog. They then told us the story which made us feel horrible for not having helped them. They had only just got the dog yesterday and had her one night. She ...
... do to the water and found the beach separated from lad by a large bar. There was a boat taxi service that drives you the few metres to the bridge for €0.75 each way. It was getting late so we decided to save the beach for the next day, and hunted for a gas canister or some groceries for dinner. Neither were available. Luckily we had left over couscous and some spices we could cook. The night was incredibly windy!!! The tent was ...
... towns overnight, but if we stayed everywhere we liked the look of, we probably wouldn’t make it out of Portugal for the next 4 weeks, and we are keen to make sure we see some of Spain too! We were happy enough to enjoy a cold cerveja or icy pole at each place, sitting in the town square or walking around the old streets, and then pushed onto the Algarve – Portugal’s Southern coast on the Atlantic.
We arrived in Tavira, where Paulo ...
Now I know what you are thinking, but I'm sorry you are wrong !! I am aware that Donny Osmond was criticised and much maligned after his 1973 No.1 hit, but when you really, really, really listen to the lyrics to “Puppy Love” (as I did after meeting Chico ), then you will see such a deep and intense meaning, it is as if it was written especially for me. As we pulled into Tarifa campsite pitch, I thought for a split second that I ...
... Albuferia in the south. It was far from uneventful, we mixed up the platform at the first station (which took us to the main station), ending up in a train that was then subsequently turned off and the doors sealed shut, a lot of window tapping and waving at locals later we eventually got out. We got on the next train and made it to the main station with plenty of time. The long distance train was very easy and only took just over two hours ...
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