Monte da Choca
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the UK, so I treat myself to a haircut and shave before having a beer at the Wifi spot of the day. We stopped off at a bistro and did the internet thing once again before returning to the dinghy which was now on dry land between the rocks because the tide had dropped 3 ft. Getting it back in the water wasn't a problem, starting the bloody engine was though. Eventually it chugged into life and we set off down river towards the open sea with the wind ...
... boarded our plane and left Vancouver on time, headed for London's Gatwick Airport. Dave slept for about 4.5 hours while I watched 2 movies, read a book and a half, and wondered why the heck I can't sleep like that on a plane!! We arrived in London a little earlier than anticipated, breezed through immigration and customs, and then had a 4 hour wait for our flight to Portugal (yawn - on arrival in London, it was 11pm PST and we'd now been up for 19 hours). After ...
... pancakes, 8 pieces of bacon and toast. It was incredible value for money, as with the majority of southern Portugal.
As the day was rather overcast and good walking weather as it wasn't too hot. I decided I wanted to walk to the point of Faro in which looked out towards Morocco. The walk took us around an hour as we stopped everywhere and took photos of all the incredible rook formations. Despite the fact a large majority of the cliffs had eroded away. The beaches ...
... 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 ...
It is all very tidy and organised, at 3Euro per night. A service point, free Wifi, toilets and showers (2Euro) in the Sports Complex (ie Football Stadium), plus there are a choice of Supermarkets (Pingo Doce, Lidl, Aldi and Continente) within walking distance. Saturday 6th April 2013. We are woken by a noise at 07:00. No, for a change, it is not the ...