Dom Pedro Meia Praia Beach Club
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... on the pavement in the sun, or even sometimes just in the middle of the cobbled streets. They certainly dont get up for pedestrians and you have to walk around them. We still cant operate the sattelite tv and have given up on that but watch videos and read a lot. We have even found a charity shop with lots of english books and get English newspapers. We met a very nice couple, Linda and Ian. The ones who we met ...
We moved more south to get more heat. Hoping to avoid all the mad Europeans looking for the sun and sea we decided to try Silves. It is about 30 km inland from the southern coast of Portugal.
We are now parked in a sea of motor homes all obviously with the same idea in mind.Mostly French and German silver tops (ie old people like us). Not a kid in sight, but lots of dogs, and big ones too. The strange thing, almost to the point of eeriness, is how quiet it ...
... is the place to go to enjoy a quiet day in the sun or explore the famous Ponta de Piedade.No doubts that the best way to explore the beauty of this beach is by kayak, if you like sport and ...
... sunshine and beach time. We spent quality time with Hugo (a guide/hostel manager) as we, again, were the only ones in the hostel. He took us on a cave hunt/cliff walk, led us to our coveted hole in the wall breakfast joint, gave us a glimpse into his new "urban" tour of the street art and history of Lagos and capped it all off with a spectacular day of kayaking in and around the cliffs and caves of Lagos. Definitely one of the highlights of my whole life! ...
... 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.