Vila Gale Lagos
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
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Lagos was incredible, we tried very hard to extend our time there by a day as the weather was turning much better however had already booked the bus to Seville so instead decided to just go with what we had. It was an amazing place and definitely better with the sun shining. Probably the most stunning beaches that I have swam at, just a stunning place. I will probably post something tomorrow evening about the 2 days in Seville to make the most of the short time we have here.
... the beach in the hope of finding something cheap to eat. We happened to however walk past a bar that was showing that All Blacks game, I convinced Dina to stay for one half at least while we ate the cheap breakfast. It was a really good time and well worth it as a few aussies and kiwis piled their way in.
Following that we explored the winding confusing streets of Lagos, eventually managing to find ourselves in the old streets where Dina searched for ...
... went up onto a beach and got to try snorkeling. After kayaking, we went to the main beach and had a day at the beach. We went back to the hotel and then headed to "The End of the World" (a cliff at the end of Portugal looking out onto the Atlantic) to watch a sunset. This was absolutely amazing. We watched the sun set on the ocean while sitting a cliff (I took a lot of pictures). We went back to the hotel that night and ...
Set off from Seville. Drove mostly parallel with the coast, after crossing into Portugal, then skirting the wetland west of Olhao. Pulled off the main road and down to a beach for a lovely picnic lunch overlooking the sea. Beautiful tiles decorated lots of the houses. Stopped for groceries, and then to look over a shopping centre. Discovered that much here is written in English as well as Portuguese, and far more people speak English than in Spain. All shops open here on Sundays ...
... cliffs where Meghan got a bit scolded for exploring a bit too far down one of the cliffs. Again, the views were beautiful. We really enjoyed the time we spent getting to know our Aussies and had a great time with them. Upon arrival back to town, we went to a place called Nah Nah Bah's and ate probably the best food in the world. We went our for a bit with some friends and ended our night peacefully people watching in the streets. ...