Costa D'oiro Ambiance Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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As my 18th birthday present, the parents booked us into a hotel in Lagos for 3 nights, and oh my goodness, what a place!! They have a full breakfast every morning, including a table full of traditional Portugese cuisine to sample. We even indulged in a glass of champagne on the last morning - why not? The hotel …
... the beach to collect them as we did today. Similar to Mexico, though far less often and without the harassment, there are locals that walk by the beach beds selling food, hats, sunglasses and hair braiding.the vendors are very low key in their approach calling out softly as they walk by. For dinner, we opted to stay at the resort, this time heading to the Japanese restaurant, Yakuza. The restaurant is owned by. Portuguese celebrity chef, Olivier da Costa, ...
... a twist, and generous portions they are too, garnished with chickpeas, olives, egg and salad. David chose the 'Parisian' which contained soft cheese and onion marmalade which was unusual. Sadly, I couldn't finish mine so I chose to forego dessert, delicious though they looked, but I tasted David's yummy figgy concoction. Back at the car we drove down towards the shore on to a rugged limestone headland south of the wide expanse of the beach, stopping at ...
... occasion), then back on the motorway network taking us into Portugal. At the border we stopped to register our credit card at the Easytoll machine which is one of their ways of collecting fees for using the network, but in reality the number plate recognition cameras are unable to deal with the number/letter configuration on our vehicles, or so we were advised by a British campsite owner when we were last in ...
... had a really exciting sail from Sines to Lagos yesterday. Over 80 miles in just over 12 hours... We started in light winds and put our gennaker up, only to be startled by a loud bang as the whole sail fell into the sea. A shackle had failed at the top of the mast. We struggled to get it back in board but of course the boys, Hugh and Dawson, decided to put it back up.
As the wind increased, we creamed along, reaching 10.6 knots ...