Four Seasons Vilamoura
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... A women's group. Three yachts were already in the water and this one was preparing to go. Lagos was a walled town, so we entered by what was a gate, there were no walls left to speak of, but they had been built in the 14c. It was a lovely little place, again had shiny square cobbles and narrow streets and alley ways. Lots of tourist shops mixed with ordinary ones and bars cafés and restaurants . We only had half an hour there as the car was on a meter, so we walked back via the ...
... Another time I fell up a sand bank to try and get away, it must have looked v funny. Well it did when we watched the same thing happen to others. But joy, I found one of Anne's 'babies ears' We went to a Bistro in the evening, served by a lad from Ukraine who was studying and working hard. His whole family were here. The streets in Alvor are all the little square cobbles, that are shiny, they look lovely, but are treacherous when ...
... people are very friendly and optimistic and living in the present. There is sense that things are getting a little bit better. It certainly makes us feel very fortunate to live in Canada as we heard similar stories while we were in Spain.
On to the beach! We took a 10min ferry a rides to the island across from Tavira. This island is covered with kilometers of golden sandy beaches. There were hundreds of beach chairs and umbrellas spread across the beaches but not ...
... them. Tom, I hope you have a good trip and get to enjoy some warmth and sunshine. Hope the course goes well, will English be their 2 nod language? Matt, I'm glad the kittens are home and getting better. Abi, hope your hair app. Goes well on Thurs. We have Decided to travel up into the hills today, to Monchique. I have loved the name since the conservatory blind man waxed lyrical about it, it was his ...
... walked back through the town that looks a little bit sad as most of the shops cafés and bars and restaurants are closed until Feb. We then had to leg it back as we thought it was going to rain some more.... We are now recovering in the hotel bar.....with peppermint tea and a coffee!! This evening the apartment lot have a drinks reception, so we are gate crashing that for free drinks and ...