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Travel Blogs from Punta Umbria
... heart broken and devastated I searched the site... but no.. it was over. Where I go to from here I just don't know, but where we've been since I last wrote, I do. On leaving Almerimar “Dumber & Dumbest” in the front decided that we would head for a wildcamping site recommended by someone that they had met. ( Now I never trusted these people as they were with their Collie who would not share his tennis ball at all and this ...
... mothers' knees here. Our friend Joao learned to cook and crochet at boarding school. Marcela is helping Dianne put an edge on the new baby blanket Dianne has made for our new granddaughter arriving in February. And, Marcela's mother purchases old pieces of crochet at the old market in Porto and makes beautiful angels from them.
We won't talk about the little bags of soap in cute bags that turned out were purchased by the vendor from a ...
Tuesday 19th November
I managed to talk John out of a long beach walk and instead we decided to move further east. We stopped off on the way to do a walk in the S. Bras de Alportel area - "A Walk to the Spring" was the title our walking book gave it. It took us down narrow walled paths between orchards of olive, fig, almond and carob trees. The path was littered with big carob pods and almonds encased in hard ...
... eyes, I wonder what his life will be like in 10 years... Will he still just be struggling to survive? Will he have found his slot here in the Great European Family? Gone to America? Made a lot of money and gone back to his country and started a business? Given up? It's hard to say. But as times continue to be tough for the average Spaniard, things will probably be even tougher for guys like him. Exploring Huelva Huelva is kind of the ugly duckling ...
The apartment was very nicely furnished but the area is very built up and there is no public transport at all not even a taxi rank. I was a bit concerned as my daughter katie and i were due to head on to portugal for a few days after our friends returned to seville airport. We had to get a lift from them at 6am.
El Portil has a lovely beach and there are plenty of restaurants to eat in. There is an ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility