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... but won't go into that again ) and another “no-dogs” swimming pool policy !! After 3 days here, through to Cadiz, then onto Sanlucar De Barrameda, our last stop in Spain for just one night and then off for Portugal. Now “Tom & Jerry” in the front knew that it was about 120 miles to go, but when that ...”Bloody useless piece of ****” I think it is called... you know the one that tells them were to ...
... regions economy, as well as its ecology. Recreational (tourist), natural and commercial uses are sometimes at odds with each other. Beyond the tourist use the system also supports economic activities such as seafood farms and the port of Faro.
The Ria Formosa is also a designated Natural Park of over 170 km in length and a stopping place for hundreds of different birds during the spring and autumn migratory periods. It is this system ...
... to check the campsite at Tavira was open before heading back to our campsite. Tavira looks lovely straddling the river Gil„o. We have decided to come back and stay towards the weekend so we can explore it a bit more.
Thursday 21st November
Happy 70th birthday Mum.
We cycled the other way today, towards Vila Real de Santo Antonio. We went through Monte Gordo with its pyramid shaped monstrosity of ...
... to see beautiful things, you appreciate it more when they just pop up on you. Some buildings a covered in beautiful tiles.... others have beautiful glass and metal porches... Finally I end my tour with a walk down to the bay front, where there a big statue of a couple chain links... then I hop on a bus, and continue on down the road. In a mere couple of hours, I officially declare that I've finished exploring the city--and the province of ...
... The people are living great in Andalucia. You see big cars. Everyone has a garden, they enjoy working in their gardens. There are lots of fiestas. People live better in Andalucia than anywhere in the world!"
As one low-budget traveler from Chicago put it to me: "Geez, some of these Spanish people look like they're straight out of 'Jersey Shores' (the tv show)!" The interesting-looking students of Cuenca an the ...
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