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Yesterday we went in the car to Sagres. This is a promontory right at the end of the Algarve where the land turns north at the Atlantic. There wasn't much there, but a fort and lighthouse. We even seemed to miss the town. note way back we called in at Lagos ( Lagosh) we found a cafe on a hill overlooking the water. From there we could see where we were staying and with my new binoculars, we could even see Bill and Sues balcony!! We walked down the hill and dad spotted a team GB sailing ...
... in off season there really is no one around.
I love it because there are no crowds, no queuing, and prices are so much cheaper.
Lagos is cool and the alcoves of beaches are amazing.
You can't stop taking picture after picture of the dramatic coast line of cliffs and rock formations.
The first day we woke up to rain, the first of our holiday. It didn't ...
... sister lost her first tooth.
The next day we went to some cliff faces and it was really fun climbing all over the rocks almost fell off that was a bit scary.
So than we went to the beach where we found a really long hole cave and I almost got washed
away so ...
... Another time I fell up a sand bank to try and get away, it must have looked v funny. Well it did when we watched the same thing happen to others. But joy, I found one of Anne's 'babies ears' We went to a Bistro in the evening, served by a lad from Ukraine who was studying and working hard. His whole family were here. The streets in Alvor are all the little square cobbles, that are shiny, they look lovely, but are treacherous when ...
... them. Tom, I hope you have a good trip and get to enjoy some warmth and sunshine. Hope the course goes well, will English be their 2 nod language? Matt, I'm glad the kittens are home and getting better. Abi, hope your hair app. Goes well on Thurs. We have Decided to travel up into the hills today, to Monchique. I have loved the name since the conservatory blind man waxed lyrical about it, it was his ...