Sollagos Apartamentos Turisticos

Address: Rua Sacadura Cabral, 37, Lagos, Algarve, 8600-619, Portugal | 3 star hotel
 
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New hat

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Dec 04, 2014

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Silves (sounds like Silvesh) is a lovely town. We drove from Portimao about 20 kms. Castello was interesting, built by the moors (Arabs) including a 1.2m litre water tank dug in the rock. Now you can walk inside. Used for over a 1000 years and retired in 1980's. Not bad ...

On top of Algarve

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Dec 04, 2014

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This is Monchique. 820m above the plains of the Algrave.
Our GPS took us up a single lane intrepid local road. A bit scary at times. Should have known better and stay on the beaten track. We got there unscathed and meeting the only vehicle on the road at a very convenient point. Otherwise we might have uncorked a cork tree. It was a bit like a James Bond drive but in a campervan, no guns involved. Phew.. Great view.
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It's raining in Algarve, all is good

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Nov 26, 2014

My new friends Jean Pierre and Christina are a delight. They spent time on the map explaining camping in Morocco highlights, things to be wary of etc. All valuable information. We leave for Lagos. It has started to rain so head for a camp with electricity and facilities. Gayle gets a hair ...

French to the rescue - LPG restored

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Nov 24, 2014

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... afternoon we estimated that there were about 50 surfers in the water.

Again Jean-Pierre came to our assistance when we said that we were off to the village, a 20 minute walk, to charge our computer, he said "no no no no" he had three inverters and we were very welcome to borrow one!! So here we are fully charged and very much enjoying French generosity again. Which means this story can be published. Et voilla, ...

We arrive in Algarve

A travel blog entry by plimmerton on Nov 23, 2014

... asada style. We did not try but they looked good. The rain did arrive. We were heading to a camp, but found an aire in the centre of town. I went fro a walk to the top of the hill to see the ruins of the old fortress. This was the last fortress in the area to win back land from the moors. I got reasonably wet but it was a nice ...