Residencial Sol A Sol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> The 3 hours of kayaking was incredible. It was amazing to be able to walk along the cliff tops of the peninsula. But to be able to see them from a holistic point of view and to be able to kayak through the caves and see so many colours and natural rock formations was just incredible. Dina ave up the kayaking after a while as we had lost our coordination in our double kayak. So she sat in the front and took photos while I paddled, which I found easier as well.
... about a 30 minute walk we found ourselves at the Praia do Camilo which is a world famous beach.
On the way we found a nice little shop to get a few ciders for the hot walk. Once we arrived the golden sands were stunning and it had a uniquely african feel to it from the surrounding rock formations in the cliffs.
It was spectacular and had hand dug tunnel through the rock, which led to another portion of the beach. We hired an umbrella for ...
... was going to be cold to sleep on and a blanket would keep her warm. Luckily I don’t have any blankets in the motorhome so refusing was easy, though I am not sure she believed me. Next morning just as I was finishing my breakfast she appeared in her
pyjamas knocking on my windscreen. I decided to smile, mouth ‘good morning’ and then turn my back on her. It didn’t work and she banged on the windscreen ...
Yesterday, Maria and her mother dropped Helen and I off at the car rental and found that the insurance deal with the car rental brokers wasn't recognised by the rental company so we had to use their agreement meaning I need to somehow get 143€ refunded. Anyway, we found to Helens delight the rental car company had upgraded us to a Peugeot 308. Maria had got me to drive the Ford Transit van they have been using to get used to driving on right hand side, on ...
... after. I spurted out a pathetic cough and shook it off like it was totally cool, and rather hastily headed back to the warm sand. Stocked up on the Portuguese equivalent of sudafed, cold & flu tabs and were ready for the next day. Now, I have a bit of a cold, but poor Jed is rough with the whole conjunctivitis milarky! Now I can't speak for him, but I know when I feel like **** I want to be in my bed, and curl into a ball. Well, not really an ...