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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Alvor was a treat. Arriving at about lunchtime we went to look at the Aire which was huge open and pretty full. Parked up by the beach instead and had Lunch and LUDO had a run before deciding to go to a site. We stayed for two nights in the 'tranquil' part of the camp. We were in a verdant hollow surrounded by green with our own BBQ almond trees and beautiful birds. Weather was a bit drizzly but it ...
... chained on a 3 meter chain. They never meet other dogs and live their lives on that tiny piece of gods earth and man's s chain. They are so desperate for company they bark viciously, which is their man given job, while desperately wagging their tails with their lonely dog hearts. I presume it is a security thing. The sound of Portugal for me will forever be the tiny plonk plonk of olives dropping on the roof, the clakking of the storks and the whole night ...
... beach and a loll in the sun. Meet up with the Hensman's but bike battery fails up the very steep return hill. Lovely and warm in the sun though. Sue's cooking tonight so a treat not to have to cook or wash up and clean sheets at the end of it all. Can't really get much ...
... 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 ...
Happy New Year! I can’t believe it’s 2015 already, what happened! Christmas has gone and Lisa, who came to Malaga for 17 days over Christmas and New year is now back at work but more about that later. Before we arrived in Malaga, we spent three weeks of our three month stay in Portugal, in the Ria Formosa in the Southern Algarve region, a unique coastal lagoon which is constantly changing due to the continuous movement of winds, currents and tides and ...