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 ...
Yesterday we went in the car to Sagres. This is a promontory right at the end of the Algarve where the land turns north at the Atlantic. There wasn't much there, but a fort and lighthouse. We even seemed to miss the town. note way back we called in at Lagos ( Lagosh) we found a cafe on a hill overlooking the water. From there we could see where we were staying and with my new binoculars, we could even see Bill and Sues balcony!! We walked down the hill and dad spotted a team GB sailing ...
We found out that Jordan and Zara still have their fear of boating and sea water.
It was a beautiful, traumatic experience for them.
And the big news is that Zara finally lost her first tooth. She was so excited and happy.
Such a beautiful place, a perfect town to relax, hang out at the gorgeous beaches and take in a few local meals at the restaurants.
... on the sides of the rocks to get out of the water.
I went back and forth many times and that was fun.
I felt that this was my favorite place yet.
The last day we went for a drive to lisbon and I fell asleep for the whole trip.
We are having trouble with the internet, and I'm having problems getting photos from phone to I pad, when I sort it I will post photos. Matt, I can't open your reply on 5th Nov sorry. Yesterday we just walked the beach again, the tide was higher and we had a Neil Kinnock moment when the incoming tide decided to do a huge wave and we had to run from it, needless to say, it was faster than us and I ended up with wet shoes and ...