Hotel Ordem De Santiago
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... and even bougainvillea in flower. Amazing for the time of year. Up into the mountain village of Monchique where we saught the church before heading to a private aire near Caldes de Monchique with services pitches and great showers and stunning views. H and L had great walks but got caught in a hail ...
A lazy last day, doing some washing, walking, running, swimming, and checking Bess has not had her piglets. Also went out to lunch at 2.30pm. Both went for a run this morning along a newly discovered track that keeps us off the main road, and away from mad locals. Then big breakfast, and a boiled egg, and some cafe poolside. We have to walk 100m to the pool, so need to use multiple baskets to get all the supplies there. Sat around until about 1pm. Then back after ...
... was. The pool was fairly big (and cheap) but not too crowded. For several hours we interchanged between tanning and swimming, getting a baguette as a lunchy snack in between. After a while we decided to go as we were all gettig quite hungry. Before showering etc we went to the same restaurant we'd gone for breakfast and ate ourselves into such a stupor we decided to reevaluate our current eating habits. We ...
... nibbles and drinks on top of their hotel. The rooms were small but nice and had a tiny shower, with shared toilets. Dinner was the local speciality a clam and shrimp stew. The shrimp wasn't the best quality but the clams were good and the sauce was delicious. Kicked on afterwords and for a few large beers, red wine and ports the cost was only 10 euro. Slept ...
... hillside to the River Sado. It was indeed as picturesque as we'd been promised.
Wanda bought us drinks and fish croquettes, then we walked up and down the alleyways between the houses. Strung across them were lines and lines of fluttering pendants and faded decorations made from newspaper. They had been put up to celebrate the feast of Maria.
We passed the street of Rats, where the rubbish had been thrown in days ...