Pontalaia Apartamentos Turisticos
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... energy, the first baby steps of modernization. Hopefully I'll come across some that are still intact.
1424. To Be a Town or Not to Be (Por 018)
Raposeira, December 30, 2012, Day 173
4 hrs, 8.3 kms
Day Totals: 16 hrs, 28.3 kms
Just a few hundred meters away is another town--not sure if it is officially a separate town or not. I decide to parkbench it just in case--I'll check on Wikipedia later to see if is a town or not.
The same authentic ...
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 ...
Lagos is in the Algarve, Portugal. Prior to going I wasn't expecting much as all I wanted to do was relax on a beach for a week. My impression of the Algarve was that it was full of golf courses and ex pats which, it turns out, is partly true. However there is a lot more to it than that and I really liked it. Lagos is approx 60 minutes drive from Faro airport. As we drove along something felt very strange until I realised it ...
... peninsula with 60m to 80m drop all around the cliffs. Then the fort was very well protected and easy to defend. It was pretty fascinating with a couple of roped off caves where you can hear the ocean surging. Once again fishermen teetering precariously on cliff tops all for a fish!!!! Stopped at an lovely pottery and ceramic shop.. The outside walls covered in their wares... Imagine that lasting in NZ. It was huge so got ...
On Sunday it is a beautiful, hot sunny day, so we spend much of it on the beach. I go for my run then we laze and read until almost lunch time. Before lunch, we attempt to walk to the harbour but as we are not allowed in (to look at which boat we like best and will later, of course, own…) it is short-lived and we head back. After lunch we are pleased to find that the sea has warmed up so we don swimwear and beach shoes and wade in. Jonny is very keen to 'cuddle' a fish ...