Hotel Baia Cristal
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... we were up by 6 for our 7am bus to Seville. But we made that are have checked into a lovely place here that Dina booked sometime last night.
We booked a private room here after about 3 weeks of not spending more than 1 night in a private room. We felt we needed a couple of nights in a cheap private room to rest up and get all of our things in order. As trying to keep our copious amounts of bags clean means in an 8 bed dorm room means that things end up in a lot ...
... a nice bed. Dina then cooked up our food which was impeccable, Dina put together some marinated chicken and I added a large punnet of strawberries to the mix. All of which cost the grand total of 4 euros.
After we were all done and had been pestered to go out by a bunch of Aussies which I kindly declined given the rugby result of that morning and being thoroughly sick of them at that point, we headed out and grabbed some ice cream. We were tempted ...
... shops, are British or Irish. It seems that if they don't own a house or an apartment here, they are then renting a place for their holidays. The golfing group Ron has joined is made up of ex-pats, most of whom have retired here, and generally there are about 30 men and women who turn up to play golf every Wednesday and Saturday. As the Algarve is known for its golf courses, they manage to play on a several of them, all ...
... elderly (79) English woman, who, it emerges, hails from South Shields, although she has not lived there for some 40 years.
She recommends a restaurant (Tirimasu) for lunch. We walk the two miles to the restaurant, only to find, it is closed on Mondays! Fortunately, there is another restaurant open a short distance along the road, so, all is not ...
... the next!
A day of reading and dodging the showers.
Hurrah! The sun is out, it is sunny and warm!
We cycle for 5 miles along the coast, to the marina at Villamoura, beers at convenient stopping points of course.
The sunshine has been short lived. Grey skies and drizzle greet us this morning.The plan had been ...