As Cascatas Golf Resort & Spa
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... and steep, steep climbs....I doubt that stilettos are a big seller over here! We wandered and climbed and climbed to lookouts - miradouro - not doing anything in particular but just soaking up the great atmosphere. I really love this place, and could see immediately why Kate suggested this trip. Her Portugese served us very well throughout and it feels good to have one person who can communicate so easily - ...
... were shook all round and as we went on our merry way, the Spanish owner called ‘I sorry, please you must come in summer’’ but putting his foot down Richard sped out of the gate. The next campsite Aquadulce Bellena on the coastline of Jerez de la Frontera was completely deserted and finding a pitch for the mud splattered Burkemobil and with the sun now splitting the stones we went for a walk along the fabulous, white sandy beach.
... up on the weather and left). We make it as far a Faro (about 15 miles), when Kathleen decides she has had enough. I must admit, it is very windy, I do not think I have been on a motorcycle in such high winds. We turn around and return to Quateira.
Something tells me the scooter is not going to be a success.
Once back, we get into conversation ...
... the next!
A day of reading and dodging the showers.
Hurrah! The sun is out, it is sunny and warm!
We cycle for 5 miles along the coast, to the marina at Villamoura, beers at convenient stopping points of course.
The sunshine has been short lived. Grey skies and drizzle greet us this morning.The plan had been ...
Monday 3rd February 2014
We had intended to stay here another two days (Kathleen cannot resist the "bargain" of getting a free night if you stay three nights), but, when we wake, it is raining (again!).
So, accordingly, we set off for Portugal, Quateira.
The Spanish have built a nice new motorway, south to Seville and beyond, (that is where at least some of those Euro's went in the financial crash). So, we disregard our planned route, via Evora and ...