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We decided to stay another day, when we ventured out yesterday we discovered a nice town nestled a few hundred yards away so we had a wander and bought some shorts each because the weather is so warm we were not prepared as we were wandering we came across a museum all about catching sardines and tuna and the preparation and canning of them. Suz is ...
... good at navigating along with snoopy the sat nav. Just about to go for a walk we are on the old fishing docks where they used to bring in the tuna and sardines another Aire this one is €4.50 a night only stopping long enough to plan and ...
... queue. Two bicas pingadas later (equivalent is a macchiato) - price 70c each - the ferry boat came into view on the high tide. We were pleasantly surprised to find an extremely well-ordered line of people patiently waiting this time. So starts the final day in ...
... after the Reconquest in the 13-14th centuries. It has a large 4-faced clock and every town and city should have one like it - the chimes are NOT every hour but at 5 minutes BEFORE the hour according to the clock face. The clock hands are themselves 2 minutes slow, so the chimes actually ring out at 3 minutes to the hour and the hands reach the hour at 2 minutes past - very ...
Another gloriously sunny day and blue skies meant that there was only one option again.... to catch the ferry to Ilha de Tavira. It's been a bit of an unholy crush in recent days - these Europeans don't seem to know how to queue and how they expect the blokies taking the tickets to be able to handle a disorganised mob all desperately wanting on the boat first... I don't know. However, it wasn't so bad today at all ...