Dom Pedro Portobelo
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We had a good sail to the Algarve. Another bit of chaos with the jennaker which nearly got launched overboard and a poor little tired out bird which hitched a ride for many miles keeping us amused. The coast line is absolutely fantastic... Rainbow of colours. I thought Dorset pretty spectacular but this comes a close second. Met up with a couple we knew from ...
... the city about 10:30). Once we found somewhere for what was now going to be lunch, we were told that the kitchen did not start cooking until 1pm (it was now 12:40)! Thankfully the waiter was able to direct us to another restaurant with an English menu so we could finally eat.
With full bellies we were ready for some ...
... my treasures.
That being said, I wouldn't change a thing. Everything always works out in the end and a little homesickness just means I have a heart for those I love.
And now, more about Portugal. What an amazing place! At one time the Europeans thought that the Western most tip of Portugal (also the most Western part of Europe) was the ...
This morning we had planned a relax day so we both slept in and then spent the morning reading and answering emails seeing as we had free wifi for the first time in a very long time. For lunch we had the left over tapas from the day before without the chorizo, we'd eaten all of that. We ...
We drove into Seville in the morning to have a look around the city before heading into Portugal, but the traffic in Seville was crazy! it wasn't that there were lots of cars on the road, but that they were parked everywhere you could fit a car! It was insane, the parking guys, who you have to pay when you park your car, were e en stationed on tiny back streets with cars pointing out in all directions around them. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility