Jardim do Vau
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJardim do Vau Praia da Rocha
Travels with my sister. I would highly recommend this accomodation right on the beach, own private beach and large swimming pool area. Pleasant showers and individual cubicles in ladies pool changing area. Excellent service wines and food.
Calm undulating seaside walks both on thebeach and on the main coastal pathway and roadbeside the sea and cliffs.
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... a couple of other people as well who we got along with really well.
About 2 hours later, the room we were in was full and all the people seemed to be Australian except for Dina and I. From there I had probably one of the best nights of my life. Just really good people and Lagos is really fun. There are so many incredible bars and places and the people we had met were a great deal of fun.
Maybe too much fun which had us back at the hostel by 5 am. Unfortunately ...
... the beach in the hope of finding something cheap to eat. We happened to however walk past a bar that was showing that All Blacks game, I convinced Dina to stay for one half at least while we ate the cheap breakfast. It was a really good time and well worth it as a few aussies and kiwis piled their way in.
Following that we explored the winding confusing streets of Lagos, eventually managing to find ourselves in the old streets where Dina searched for ...
... Tuesday 11th February – Thursday 13th February 2014
You may have detected a common thread here, it is RAIN!.
I will dispense with the details, we have been here ten days on Thursday, it has rained for eight of them. Enough is enough, we are off to Spain, Marbella on the Mediterranean Coast, to see if the weather is ...
... to visit Gordon and Kath, on the motor scooter, but, the weather is too poor for a 50 mile round trip. Instead, we walk to Lidl to buy Pizza for this evening, and get thoroughly soaked in the process, when the drizzle turns to driving rain.
We manage a Skype call to Gary, Gabriel and Susana in Aberbyjan, and a call to Charlotte to wish her happy birthday.
Not even a photograph to show!
... 300 miles, free motorway (almost) all of the way. At the Portuguese border, they have installed automatic Toll Machines for all non-Portuguese vehicles. What a cheek!
We arrive at Orbitur Quateira (N37 W4' 2" W8 5' 14"), it is an ACSI site, but, it is cheaper to use our Orbitur memebership card and we get ten nights for 100Euro.
The scooter is unloaded, with the assistance of Kathleen and a very friendly French couple.