Quinta Do Mar Da Luz
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- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was made even better when an old couple flipped their kayak and the entire towing line got mixed up (they were fine).
Once back we knew that we had little time to have one last swim at Camilo beach with the sun heading downwards. So we power walked all the way to the beach and had one last swim. Dina got the photos she wanted so everyone was happy.
From there we walked the 25 minutes back to the hostel with a couple of food breaks to break things up. Once back ...
... the eroding hills to try and get a good picture of the beach which we managed quite well before walking back towards the town of Lagos. On the way back we ran into a supermarket and considering we had cooked the last 2 nights. We decided to grab some chicken so Dina could do the cooking tonight.
We made it back to the hostel after once again getting lost in the confusing streets for a bit. Finally we were able to check into the hostel and actually ...
... a play area for Treacle. It felt odd to stand on
a football pitch which still had goal posts with nets but where there were small bushes growing on the pitch and in the stands were tall weeds that almost looked like spectators. But it was an ideal place to throw balls for the dog and she could safely run large distances. However all good things must come to an end and little did I know as I drove off, that I was going to paradise.
... As we travelled south the countryside became dominated by low scrubby pine forests. The speed limit on the main roads is 120km/hr so we moved quickly over the rolling countryside then past large farms where the farmers seemed used to dry conditions. Helen wanted to drive so there she was regularly going over 130k and me telling her to slow down but she was blaming it on the many viaducts. It was hard case being passed by 2 2 door **** buckets while doing ...
Ello! We are finally updating about the beautiful Lagos.
We arrived Wednesday morning after taking another bus- we are becoming professionals at choosing the perfect row of the bus that has maximum legroom and space. True to form, we got lost finding our hostel when walking from the bus station. Once we happened upon our hostel, the small town was easy to navigate. We quickly discovered that Lagos by far has the best food so ...