Yellow Alvor Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the first time) and cycling through orange groves and over a 2000 year old Roman bridge. Yesterday we went to the old cemetry with these small family tomb/temples (about the size of a big garden shed) in marble. Some seriously decorated others plain. They have a glass door where you can look in. Inside on shelves you can see the coffins. Some seem hundreds of years old and beautiful. Others have fresh flowers in ...
... and have been living in a van for 12 years also arrived in Silves yesterday. So we have booked to go out for Christmas lunch together so we wont feel quite so lonely.
Silves is also an ancient town with moors and Christians fighting since Noah,s time. Although there are lots of people in the camp, the town is not that touristy. By far the most people in the restaurants and streets are locals. We are only a lazy 10 minutes walk from the center with narrow cobbled ...
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... sunshine and beach time. We spent quality time with Hugo (a guide/hostel manager) as we, again, were the only ones in the hostel. He took us on a cave hunt/cliff walk, led us to our coveted hole in the wall breakfast joint, gave us a glimpse into his new "urban" tour of the street art and history of Lagos and capped it all off with a spectacular day of kayaking in and around the cliffs and caves of Lagos. Definitely one of the highlights of my whole life! ...
We are enjoying the sun.
We have parked in a secure site with electricity €4 per night, which is fantastic value.
We decided to stay on until Monday when the township are having a religious ceremony to bless the fishing boats, followed by local dancing. This got the whole community out and a procession of clergy and followers walked from the church to the port. We joined in too. The people are so religious ...