Monte da Choca
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and prevented any real waves building up.
It seemed as if Lagos would be a perfect spot as we rounded the rocky headland before it; the wind had dropped away entirely to leave glassy water and a beautiful beach. We headed over to the beach so we could find a supermarket and some provisions, but by the time we were returning the wind had vastly increased. This was the wrong moment for our little electric outboard to die and we found ...
... the rest of the day just relaxing on the beach and working on our tans. During the evening we decided to do a food tour of Lagos, wanting to try both piri piri chicken and go back to this Aussie restaurant for nachos. Friday night we had gone for nachos at the same place and while Lori was away from the table I praised the quality of the food to the kiwi waiter, basically told him that "hey, my girlfriends dad is an amazing cook and she knows good food and she ...
... of tourists, but it is a very safe town and feels a lot more laid back then anywhere we have been so far. Today we don't really have a plan, other than beach and maybe surfing :) and then tomorrow the plan is to drive to northern Spain somewhere, it's a wine region.. We might go to Logroño, Bilbao or somewhere else along the coast, at this point it's a ...
... stand, but also turn and (yes theres more) even catch the odd green wave. For those mind numbing seconds on each of the waves I caught, it was one hell of a feeling and my smile and nod of approval as I rode the wave to shore definitely showed this. To be honest, just picture Kelly Slater.
To put it kindly though, I am far from a natural born surfer...and golfer now I come to think of it. Both are ...
... bar and crepes cooked by mama every morning. We stayed at a places called Rising Cock which had such a good atmosphere and we met some really nice people from America, Ireland and Australia. Lagos is known for it's night life which didn't disappoint. It was so much fun! You go on the hostels pub crawls and go from bar to bar until the sun rises. We saw a few people we knew from Melbourne here including Schneids and then rach McManus and her friends were staying at our ...