Islantilla Golf Resort Hotel
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... before crossing the river to Portugal. It was a 1.5 hour drive and we had great conversation along the way. So for 8 Euros each we made it to the border, much less hassle & price than on the bus. I guess this service is very popular throughout Europe – helps people cover the high cost of petrol and a fun way to meet other travellers.
I sat with the luggage while Brad scouted out the tourist information in Ayamonte. The plaza is very sweet, another hub of ...
I headed out with 3 ships for the purpose of finding mainland in China, I was convinced it was nearby.
Today is April 30, about 5 months have passed since I arrived at Hispaniola. I have arrived to Cuba, I sailed cost but I haven't found anything new so I have decided to leave.
... was more than $250.00!
It was time for our lunch in the forest, featuring the typical foods of the Alentejo (highlands) region. The guides knew a secluded spot along a creek, that was just perfect. Rob and Margarida prepared an absolute feast for us, featuring local cured meats, cheeses, and bread as well as a cake. They even grilled a local sausage for us right at the table, ...
... town of Estoi, where we discovered some wonderful mosaic floors in and around a villa, as well as a Portuguese farm house built over the ruins of the Roman villa. Those Romans got around, didn't they?
Lunch was in the only café in the town square of a nearby village. We were enjoying our meal when several hundred motorcycles came roaring into the square, obviously on a Sunday road rally of some sort. The riders and the vehicles ...
... tour' ended around 3 PM when we got back to our hotel. We needed to put our feet up before the Saturday Night Show arranged by the owners...a Bob Dylan concert! Lovely snacks, lots of wine, and good music. More than eighty people managed to find their way to this remote lodging for the event, most of them ex-pats. The music was great, too, provided by three guys: a Portuguese, a Welshman and an Irishman! And so to bed.