Casa D'Alvor Apartamentos
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Again Jean-Pierre came to our assistance when we said that we were off to the village, a 20 minute walk, to charge our computer, he said "no no no no" he had three inverters and we were very welcome to borrow one!! So here we are fully charged and very much enjoying French generosity again. Which means this story can be published. Et voilla, ...