Four Seasons Vilamoura
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Alvor was a treat. Arriving at about lunchtime we went to look at the Aire which was huge open and pretty full. Parked up by the beach instead and had Lunch and LUDO had a run before deciding to go to a site. We stayed for two nights in the 'tranquil' part of the camp. We were in a verdant hollow surrounded by green with our own BBQ almond trees and beautiful birds. Weather was a bit drizzly but it ...
... the day. I dont think they hunt at night because there is nothing to hunt here. The Portugese have shot everything that moves (legally restricted to Sunday morning ) for the last 600 years.
But there are also the free roaming pampered pooches, if that is not a contradiction too difficult to portray. The hairdresser has one like a small square furry toaster without legs that roams all over, right up to castle. Another one clearly gets kicked out, in ...
... buildings just begging to be renovated that we can fantasize about. Also n heated municipal swimming pool and sauna, loads of walks and cycle tracks. And all for €6 a day. No wonder people choose to travel for months on end although we still can't quite get our heads around the whole motorhoming culture.
So after all the stress we feel that we just want to stay put and relax. Went running this ...
... 47 years ago with a couple mates before we headed out on our European travels. The pictures tell it all. Again we had great weather. Now a few days latter and we are on the bus on our way home from Vancouver. What a difference letting someone else do the driving. You know they have Internet on the bus now. I guess we have to get out more. Rubber Down & Thunder Thighs Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year to All Bruce & ...
... for nearly 80% of the Portuguese clam exports.
Later as the fishermen returned to their huts with their catch, we ventured into their cafe which lurking behind a tatty, beaded curtain, looked like a no go gambling den in south East Asia. And as curious eyes in nut brown faces turned to watch, we committed the sin of ordering chunky, pork soup (not keen on fish soup), and full of vegetables, beans and chorizo it was superb and ridiculously cheap. The ...