Monte da Choca
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... street complete with a tartan winter jacket. All of them on their own. Because people dont have yards in the old town centre they just kick them out for a walk or certainly some live on the streets. Although many seem lethargic and not very healthy maybe with worms or something, I haven't seen any that are particularly thin. I have seen quite a few places where food has been put out and not eaten. They often sleep ...
... People very much keep to themselves and behave very quietly. The biggest noise is the olives that drop and and give a little roll on our roof. On our right are Germans (who I haven't let on to speaking German so I can eavesdrop, but unfortunately they hardly speak) who clean and tidy and wash the van constantly (although that seems to be the motor homing males prime occupation) Their neighbours have pot plants that sit in the sun with them. The next ones have two budgies ...
... prestigious list. When you reach the stairs leading to Praia do Camilo, it’s like stepping into a postcard. Set among the scenic cliffs and stacks of Portugal’s Algarve region, Praia ...
I'll admit, living in the Rockies and along the Pacific Ocean had me thinking I had seen what the world has to offer when it comes to natural beauty. Lagos totally took us by surprise with it's turquoise waters, surreal sandstone formations, adrenalin inducing cliffs and wacky hostel buddy (Hugo). Indeed, I am now convinced the world has beauty secrets I could never have imagined.
After some chilly days in Grenada and Seville, we were still rejoicing ...
Silves (sounds like Silvesh) is a lovely town. We drove from Portimao about 20 kms. Castello was interesting, built by the moors (Arabs) including a 1.2m litre water tank dug in the rock. Now you can walk inside. Used for over a 1000 years and retired in 1980's. Not bad ...