- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... matter. We walked into the small town pear he's on the hill will streets going down to the river and harbour. Pretty churches and loads of jewellers. One small chapel was hosting a funeral. On the way back we got caught up in the tail end of the procession there were so many people the chapel could have been three times the size and not fitted them in. Site sold oranges for €0.30 per kilo (about ...
... waited for us to go first. We kept waiting and he kept waiting. When we finally went he crossed behind us, on the pedestrian crossing. It was so bizarre we all burst out laughing in astonishment. Somehow doesn't sounds funny now.
Having resisted the aquiring of a dog I did succumb to the purchase of a potplant as befits every well equiped motorhome. It is only tiny and plastic so no need to take it outside like the budgies.
Lots of love for now
... on the pavement in the sun, or even sometimes just in the middle of the cobbled streets. They certainly dont get up for pedestrians and you have to walk around them. We still cant operate the sattelite tv and have given up on that but watch videos and read a lot. We have even found a charity shop with lots of english books and get English newspapers. We met a very nice couple, Linda and Ian. The ones who we met ...
Hello again, After I published the first blog of today I noticed my heading was wrong. Sometimes the computer changes a word to what it thinks I meant and I neglected to proof read my entry. So the title has been changed to what it should have been in the first place! So only a couple of photos taken a couple of weeks ago and I just never included them before. So again, Happy New Year, Adventure ...
... to know us after a while, even stopping to show us the trays of oysters collected from the sea beds, they'd loaded on the tractors that day. Further along the wild, tranquil coast, we found the wild marshes and dunes of Forte do Rato with a crumbling fort that overlooks the sea, tidal flats and islets where unbelievably pink flamingos, feed with the cormorants and the egrets. Later we discovered that flamingos are one of the emblematic species of the area. On ...