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Travel Blogs from Albufeira
We had a good sail to the Algarve. Another bit of chaos with the jennaker which nearly got launched overboard and a poor little tired out bird which hitched a ride for many miles keeping us amused. The coast line is absolutely fantastic... Rainbow of colours. I thought Dorset pretty spectacular but this comes a close second. Met up with a couple we knew from ...
... of your game. Following instructions, coping with new technology, having to ask for a second explanation and pleading powerlessly with domestic appliances. We failed to find the holiday house using both the written instructions and GPS. I suppose in the end I shall yield to the inevitable conclusion stuff is generally too complex and relinquish my superhuman ...
... was coming down with a good dose of the flu we took the opportunity to rest! We found our hostel in a great location, only a block or two from the water and also main part of town, we had small trunks in our rooms to lock our belongings and a small verandah overlooking the water.
We took some time in the afternoon to stroll around Lagos and found a cafe recommended in the Lonely Planet guide for juices ...
... before our 3 hour drive to our next stop in Armacro De Pera, just past Faro in Portugal. A couple of caches along the way broke up the journey nicely (& Dane was very happy once we had our first Portuguese cache, another country to add to his list of those he has geocached in).
Our accommodation had no Wi-Fi ...
... be spelled correctly):
bon dia = good day/good morning
bon tard = good afternoon
obrigado/obrigada = thank you (to a man/woman)
cerveja (pronounced ser-vay-sha) = beer - that one’s for you Dad!
disculpe = sorry/excuse me (like Spanish)
por favor = please (like Spanish)
hola = hello (like Spanish) – it is better to use bon dia or bon tard to greet someone -