Dom Pedro Meia Praia Beach Club
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Lagos was incredible, we tried very hard to extend our time there by a day as the weather was turning much better however had already booked the bus to Seville so instead decided to just go with what we had. It was an amazing place and definitely better with the sun shining. Probably the most stunning beaches that I have swam at, just a stunning place. I will probably post something tomorrow evening about the 2 days in Seville to make the most of the short time we have here.
... about a 30 minute walk we found ourselves at the Praia do Camilo which is a world famous beach.
On the way we found a nice little shop to get a few ciders for the hot walk. Once we arrived the golden sands were stunning and it had a uniquely african feel to it from the surrounding rock formations in the cliffs.
It was spectacular and had hand dug tunnel through the rock, which led to another portion of the beach. We hired an umbrella for ...
... If you fight for her she gets scared, despite the fact on Topdeck she loved that I never gave up on her. I get another message after asking a few more questions:
"And we were just friends, best friends. And in some
ways we still are. He’s just making a lot of effort to get that spark
back you know, and I feel that I really need to give him the chance that
I promised I would.
If I’m what’s keeping you here then you have to go ...
... grid pattern. It is all very grand and reminds me of a mini Paris or something. The city also reminds me of San Francisco because it has many hills and sits on the shore of a very large bay with a bridge that looks just like the Golden Gate Bridge. The side walks are very beautiful and entirely made of mosaic blocks in white limestone and black basalt that is laid in all kinds of patterns. They all look like they need a good power wash.
We ate lunch at one of the many cafés set up ...
... were completely secluded due to the cliff climb needed to get down to them. The cliffs were entirely shells and mud, with some corral and other sea objects imbedded in the mud also. They were beautiful. We found a nice little alcove out of the cold wind and read our books in the warm sun, enjoying every moment of warmth. Boats travelled by in front of the hidden beach on tours, showing people the grottos. It would have been a great place to snorkel if ...