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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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0114 Cheapest Fish in Western Europe (Por 003, 08A -027)
Albufeira February 23, 2008
Day 085: 8 hours, 9.8 kms
My next stop is Albufeira. On my way there, I pass through some massive resort areas where, I guess, over the hill Brits come to spend the winter. Definitely don't want to spend the night in some pricey resort town (so far Portugal has been quite kind on the wallet). So I take a quick clip in front of the town ...
... matter. We walked into the small town pear he's on the hill will streets going down to the river and harbour. Pretty churches and loads of jewellers. One small chapel was hosting a funeral. On the way back we got caught up in the tail end of the procession there were so many people the chapel could have been three times the size and not fitted them in. Site sold oranges for €0.30 per kilo (about ...
... meter above ground level is contaminated, if not with actual feces then with feces dust. I will not wear open shoes and we have distinct inside and outside shoes. When Paul forgets or gets confused I go hysterical!
I can now, with the confidence of the long distance walker, say that the dogs in the country are all chained up. Not only next to the house but nicely dotted around the property like wind strewn rubbish. Sometimes, maybe, under a tree, or in a ...
We arrived here last night after a superb day in Lagos. We are on a good but quite expensive site. Hensmans may join us today. The sun is due to come out for the weekend. Laundry awaits. Friday 23rd More laundry tackled and a bike ride to Praia de Luz. Cafe lunch, a walk ...
... home stuck fast behind us, all we could do was to wait for the rain to stop. Afterwards the very apologetic Spanish owner who hadn't shut the gate to the camp site (the idiot) informed us that a tractor was on its way. Pedro and son bounced through the gates on a chunky blue tractor, very amused by the lopsided motor homes and us drinking tea from our PG tip mugs. And after the usual Spanglish banter; they hitched us up and freed both motor homes from the ...