Dom Pedro Portobelo
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... and steep, steep climbs....I doubt that stilettos are a big seller over here! We wandered and climbed and climbed to lookouts - miradouro - not doing anything in particular but just soaking up the great atmosphere. I really love this place, and could see immediately why Kate suggested this trip. Her Portugese served us very well throughout and it feels good to have one person who can communicate so easily - ...
The other day I went to Fuzeta, another fishing village. This time fish and not octopus. It is said to be the largest fishing village in Portugal, but didn't really look that large to me. I have going to the villages that are along the train line. Researching on the internet first and then going for a day trip. I can ride my bike to the station which is in Tavira about 15 mins away. The village population is ...
... Tuesday 11th February – Thursday 13th February 2014
You may have detected a common thread here, it is RAIN!.
I will dispense with the details, we have been here ten days on Thursday, it has rained for eight of them. Enough is enough, we are off to Spain, Marbella on the Mediterranean Coast, to see if the weather is ...
... 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 ...
Monday 3rd February 2014
We had intended to stay here another two days (Kathleen cannot resist the "bargain" of getting a free night if you stay three nights), but, when we wake, it is raining (again!).
So, accordingly, we set off for Portugal, Quateira.
The Spanish have built a nice new motorway, south to Seville and beyond, (that is where at least some of those Euro's went in the financial crash). So, we disregard our planned route, via Evora and ...