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... to work hard at not succumbing too often. Coffee is about a euro or two depending on where you have it and there are loads of untouristy coffee shops and restaurants which is just a door in a wall, no advertising, complete with tiles on the walls and rickety chairs and a cat asleep on a table.There are loads of free roaming dogs. Some are typical medium height, long legged, brown mongrels. Others might walk past you on ...
... just down the road from us which makes it easy to shop for fresh bread and cheese everyday. We have decided to stay here another week or so as it is actually quite nice despite the full campsite. We are told that it is full everywhere at this time of the year. There is lots more to explore in the town and lots of walking and cycling paths.We are on the edge of the campsite with a farm next door. The goats and sheep come past regular and there is the constant clapping ...
... prestigious list. When you reach the stairs leading to Praia do Camilo, it’s like stepping into a postcard. Set among the scenic cliffs and stacks of Portugal’s Algarve region, Praia ...
I'll admit, living in the Rockies and along the Pacific Ocean had me thinking I had seen what the world has to offer when it comes to natural beauty. Lagos totally took us by surprise with it's turquoise waters, surreal sandstone formations, adrenalin inducing cliffs and wacky hostel buddy (Hugo). Indeed, I am now convinced the world has beauty secrets I could never have imagined.
After some chilly days in Grenada and Seville, we were still rejoicing ...
... Puts some of NZ construction to shame.
Purchased a hat, looks a bit pommy but different. Cork is all the rage here. I decided against cork. This is straw??They are trying to reinvent demand for cork as the wine industry moves to screw caps. Not that we noticed here.