Pestana Palm Gardens
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... hiking over some rocks an area of tide pools and a small, but rocky beach. All beaches in Portugal are open to the public and accessible via stairs and parking lots. Hotels may establish sun bed areas and provide them free to hotel guests, while non-guests can pay to use them. Most beaches in Europe, especially those that border the Mediterranean, have rocks instead of sand. The beaches here are sand and have a few tiny rocks that are so pretty, many ...
... the distance. At a fitting viewpoint we stopped for coffee to take in the scene from the terrace, with citrus trees below. The only other customers were two Dutch guys out for a ride from the coast on their motorcycles, as ever speaking excellent English, the conversation mainly revolving around football, such as British clubs, opinion about Louis van Gaal and other Dutch managers - generally boys talk given my lack of soccer knowledge. On reaching the ...
The searing heat of Spain became rather wearing but it did have the positive effect of suppressing our appetites, taking to supplementing main meals with lots of liquid. No harm done but it will be a good excuse to make up for 'lost' meals later on! By our standards, Monday was at 250 miles a long transfer, so we set off due west onto the Autovia, round the outskirts of Seville (the most we are going to see of the city ...
... point. The boat hasn't disappointed at all. She is powerful and quite fast and a delight to sail. She is comfortable and well, new, so mostly everything works. Yes we have a few niggles but they are minor and hopefully easily fixed.
As we approached Lagos we furled the gennaker and tacked to the finish. The wind was over 20 knots and the gennaker unfurled itself. It's a huge sail and Hugh and I struggled to control it and re ...
... night and late night chats and it was perfect start to our time in Portugal. The next day we ventured to the nearby lighthouse before a swim at the cove beach down the road. Arvo beers soon turned into night time cocktails which in turn changed to early morning dancing and sunrise pizzas before heading to bed around 630am. We rose around lunchtime for a feed and some bean bag chills before heading back to ...