Casa O Nascer Do Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... morning. We did a bit of provisioning at the local Pingu Dos supermarket then Tracey set about doing a load of washing which took up the rest of the day. For dinner we had the Mackerel with New Potatoes and Baked Tomato with Garlic - the fish were huge and we could only eat half each, so I made a Mackerel Pate with the rest. The evening was gorgeous but really hot so after emailing and checking Facebook etc it was early to bed, we were tired and needed a good rest before our next ...
... at Avela is 3 miles up the river and I think it's twin town is Mogadishu - saying that the people are really friendly and could not do enough for you. To get to the Marina we had to go under some power lines and had to take the outer edge of the river to clear them - it was really scary, the guy from the Marina said we had about a meter clearance so it was a good job we went to the outside as they dip in the middle. The plan is to ...
... the old King Johns library with walls of old books in cases. We walked past the old cathedral (Se) in centre of city and proceeded downhill to the hotel. At 7pm we went to a Fado concert for an hour. We searched for a restaurant and found a small Portugese one on a side street. We had bread, cheese, grilled flounder with boiled potatoes, spinach and shredded carrots. ...
We started the drive south from Porto but before we could get to far we went past some sort of stadium that was set up on the beach. We decided to stop for lunch and check it out, turned out to be the FIFA beach soccer World Cup. Somehow we managed to get ourselves free tickets and spent the next hour watching Spain vs Iran in quite an entertaining game. So awesome to stumble across such a big event. We drove further south and stayed in a beach from ...
... whirlwind of change in religion is another matter. The guide book says it is worth a visit even if you are not religious at all and if you are such a person I would agree. It had excellent toilets and parking set aside for motorhomes and the hills are peppered with villages all beautiful as you drive through. The hills are abundant in greenery and small farmers tilling plots in between the trees.
We drove to the coast and I ...