Pontalaia Apartamentos Turisticos
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... tiled roof, one story houses. A but grubby--but the blue or yellow paint around the doors and windows, as well as the plants in front, give them some charm. This feels like the way real, hardworking Portuguese farmer folk live and have lived for hundreds of years--a stark contrast with the spattering tourism and vacation home developments that cover much of Algarve region.
In fact, it's so authentic here, that I feel very out of place. All the old men I pass give me ...
Today we spent our first full day in Portugal after the bus ride in last night. We stayed in Faro which is surrounded by a vast protected wetland. It was a nice area and breakfast this morning had amazing views. We hired a car. Unfortunately my licence was stolen in Casablanca so poor Natalie had to master the other side of the ...
I can't sleep our neighbours were partying till late and now I am wide awake. As it was going dark the police came and began to move everyone from the car park,as we were wild camping. We saw them arrive so took off pretty sharp we are now on an official site so ...
We have gone inland a little not far we are in Silves. The town square it says free wifi so we will see if I can post this. just had lunch and Suz has bought another pair of shoes these ones are made of cork who knew you could make shoes from cork they look good. They are all wrapped so no photo. Lots of vans where we are parked free for a ...
... watched TV. I planned to get up early-ish and walk over to the lighthouse about a mile away. The weather was calling for cloud but no rain. Well the next morning it was raining and it never did let up, so there went my plans. We hung around the hotel until check-out time then took a taxi to the train station. So we left Lagos as we had arrived - in the rain. I think that we would have really enjoyed Lagos had the weather been better. The rain sure dampened out ...