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... this angel, but thought it to be just an apparition and the previous locals I had met had.... too be honest … been a pretty motley group of mongrels and weird concoctions !!!!! But as we parked up and I left the other two to mess about with the bits they do whenever we stop, I went for a quick explore of my new domain....AND THERE HE WAS !!! Our next door neighbour... The love of my life.. I did think that this was going to be a ...
... When went back to the camper for lunch and decided to move on later in the day but I wanted to go and see the old church, windmill and visitors centre before we left, so we set of again around the other side of town and found some more amazing sights. We did not gain entrance into the centre as it was their lunch time so we had a drink then left for aberfermy........ ...
... able to get off for just under an hour. Which excited us very much... I thought the installation period was more like prison, I'm having a ball!
I managed to find WiFi and Facetime my parents and it was lovely to see the ship from a far. It's so pretty... Also grabbed some spanish goodies before embarking onto Gran Canaria tomorrow.
I'm 20 tomorrow.... ...
... I can just highly recommend to visit it!
The more I went south, the more it got touristic but also I met more interresting people. There are many Nature freaks and Hippies living in the hills in the West part of the Algarve.
Lagos is quite nice but already very touristic, while the cities east of it, Portimão, Albufeira, Faro definetly belong to the "Massive tourism industry" cathegory. That was the reason why, after Lagos, I went quite fast through the ...
... where it is. "I was told that there's a cheap pension here nearby, do you know where it is?" The cop looks at me suspiciously, "... how do you know about that place?" I insist that I'm simply a traveler on a tight budget looking for a place to lay my weary head... Finally I find the place (which has no sign) knock, knock and no one answers. I give up. I'm sure there are other cities down the road that offer better hospitality. But first, let's ...