Monte Cabeco do Ouro
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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 ...
... to reach the end of the path but I could have skipped the last couple of days. I reached my Zen point two nights ago in Zambujeira do Mar. Still 169km along the Rota Vicentina over the last 8 days feels like a good effort and I'm happy I've made it to the ...
... its bark again. Drove along the Vincentine coast of the Portuguese Algarve region. Drier inland of the coastal strip than further south, desert like at times! Olive trees and citrus. Found by chance the little cliff top settlement of Porto Covo, so had a early stop. Overlooking a lovely sandy beach. Walked to the cliff top, a drink in a village bar then back for John to do some more computer stuff and me to catch up on chores. Then dinner. Another thunderstorm in the ...
We arrived at 3 on a camping about 2.5 km in the outskirts of Lisbon so perfect to take a bus to visit town. We got installed and went into town. I've been here only ones as we booked to stay a day coming back from Brazil and I loved it so here another chance to have a closer look. We got the bus practically in front of the camping and got out at Belém in front of the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos and went straight away for the famous pastel de Belém, miammiiii, ...
Although it was pouring yesterday while we having breakfast it had stopped by the time we were ready to leave. After going to the post office and train station to get tickets to Porto we just wondered around the old town. It started to rain again but we were having lunch so it was ok. We ate at "Sand & Wish" which was basically next door to the hotel. I think it is a chain ...