Dom Pedro Meia Praia Beach Club
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... matter. We walked into the small town pear he's on the hill will streets going down to the river and harbour. Pretty churches and loads of jewellers. One small chapel was hosting a funeral. On the way back we got caught up in the tail end of the procession there were so many people the chapel could have been three times the size and not fitted them in. Site sold oranges for €0.30 per kilo (about ...
After an early start we set off via a shop to Sagres and managed to get a front line spot overlooking the bay. Miles from where most of the other 100 or so vans are parked. It's so warm but quite windy. Ludo loves the beach and has worn himself out totally after walking the length of the beach. He flopped onto the floor and was asleep in seconds. We spent two blissful days here overlooking the beach. Last night and this morning before we left we saw dolphins in the ...
... of sigarettes. Or wine. I think that will make it my first birthday without wine and sigarettes in 40 years. Or even chocolate. That will probably make it my first birthday in 55 years without chocolate.
Just in case I paint too rosy a picture of this wonderful Silves I feel obliged to tell the bad things.
The dogs. So I told before about the lethargic town dogs who roam free but dont seem particularly skinny. They lie in packs on the pavements and ...
We arrived here last night after a superb day in Lagos. We are on a good but quite expensive site. Hensmans may join us today. The sun is due to come out for the weekend. Laundry awaits. Friday 23rd More laundry tackled and a bike ride to Praia de Luz. Cafe lunch, a walk ...
... the first time) and cycling through orange groves and over a 2000 year old Roman bridge. Yesterday we went to the old cemetry with these small family tomb/temples (about the size of a big garden shed) in marble. Some seriously decorated others plain. They have a glass door where you can look in. Inside on shelves you can see the coffins. Some seem hundreds of years old and beautiful. Others have fresh flowers in ...