Pestana Palm Gardens
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After our 2 day sail we pull into Portamao and decide to drop anchor rather than go into the marina as it was a lovely big bay by the beach and a lovely afternoon. Just what we needed after 2 long days at sea. The sunset was beautiful and a cosy night in board before getting up at 3 to head onto Sines on the west coast of ...
... Limao which served tapas with a Portuguese influence. I also liked Sweet & Temptation which was a great cafe in a really nice square that served great cakes, snacks and iced coffee. Really nice cocktail bar called Aficionado which did a really good Mojito Royal which was Mojito with sparkling wine. It has also had happy hour which was great. Had a really good time in Lagos. It's a great place and I think has something for ...
A quiet day at our town today... Wandered to the town/village at the sea front and had a wander and coffee. Big purchase... A new pair of jandals. Havianas and cheaper than in NZ so grabbed a pair.... Don't suppose I will have much call for them for few months. Bill enjoyed a very extensive port shop ... Very big for size of town... Two floors. Beach not so calm today... Wind from Spain apparently.... Said with derision and blame !!!! Like it's their fault!!!! Still blue ...
... risk takers around these parts all fishing. We visited the lighthouse and settled in for picnic lunch... Wow what a view. Bill fascinated with the ants.... Nearly 1cm long!!!!! He feeding them and watching them fight over the bread. We had eyed up a fort on the drive to Lands End so headed there on the way back. Built by Henry the navigator (apparently famous), in the 15th century .... Clever bloke- he built a massive wall ...
Setting off from Estoril following our GPS ( Australian man's voice) we then went over Lisbons suspension bridge heading to the Algarve. As we headed south there were lots barren dry lands....bit like Australia actually. Almost expected the odd Kangaroo to appear. Very little grown it was so dry ... Then we went further and lots olive orchards, orange trees,and some animal farms. A very quick trip along the motorway .... Great roads and easy to get somewhere fast. Listening ...