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... pinnacle rock formations that one would see on many of the travel brochures. Some people were still swimming and paddleboarding this time of year but heather and i just did some light hiking around the coves.
We have found that the food simple but so tasty in Portugal. We have had amazing seafood dishes wine, olive oil, bread & desserts. Prices are about 15% cheaper that for food & lodging compared to Spain. We look forward to what the interior of Portugal has in store for ...
... where we are "hurricane hole" so we are very well protected. We have got no neighbours just birds (storks and herons) and shellfish around us and it is extremely quiet. So quiet that it is almost strange! From time to time we walk to the village of Culatra which is a 25 minutes walk on the beach when the tide is low. It is a lovely village where there are no cars and no roads and just sand everywhere. Culatra island is basically a long sand bank which is 5.9 Kms ...
... to Olhão, and went straight to the supermarket as we had all planned to cook a BBQ at our home stay tonight. We were all looking forward to not eating out for a change! From there we had a couple of hours before meeting for our BBQ so Brook and I had a wander through the streets of Olhão, although being a small town this didn't take long so we took advantage of the time to have a siesta. We had a nice BBQ where everyone pitched in providing meat, salad, veges & ...
We got packed up early this morning and ready to meet Terry (from our intrepid group) to go out to Belem together for the morning. We took a taxi out and arrived there just before 10am, perfect timing as it turned out the sights opened at 10 so we beat a lot of the crowds. The taxi driver dropped us off outside the Jerónimo's Monastery so we brought tickets and went in. Building of the monastery took 100 years ...
... a way to get to Asia, by sailing west trough the Atlantic instead of going around the African Continent. We have a small amount of food that won't last very long.