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... that gave up their 14 room farm house and have lived in their van for 12 years. Well we happened to meet them by chance again here in Silves and have done a few things together. Went to a new years eve party, typically Portugese, we were the only foreigners. The food was terrible but all the wine free and the dancing great. Paul and Ian are very funny together and just feeds off each others irreverent humour. They ...
... People very much keep to themselves and behave very quietly. The biggest noise is the olives that drop and and give a little roll on our roof. On our right are Germans (who I haven't let on to speaking German so I can eavesdrop, but unfortunately they hardly speak) who clean and tidy and wash the van constantly (although that seems to be the motor homing males prime occupation) Their neighbours have pot plants that sit in the sun with them. The next ones have two budgies ...
... in a small boat on a so called “grotto tour”. Book tour on www.seabookings.com!Source: The Huffington Postboat trips boat trips algarveportugal in the news portugalthings to do in portugal ...
... is low season, almost every beach was deserted. Though the water was still too cold to go in without a wetsuit, it remained refreshing and pleasant to dive into. I didn't expect to fully dive into the water to be honest, but a good ol' surprise wave flipped our kayak sending that idea out to sea.
I don't often feel a longing to return to a place I have already been, but Lagos certainly has a piece of my heart and I would jump at the chance to go again. ...
... use, particularly the laptop, without the need to rely on camp electricity. We can now stay off the Grid more often. But when you can get a powered site for €4 it is not a major benefit.
I have explored a solar panel (PV) and decided to wait until were get to Morocco, where I have heard that they are cheaper again. The installation of this will mean that we can be even more independent. Let's hope Santa has one in his ...