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... she has told us to turn onto some dubious country roads that made our trip more adventurous than necessary. We think Adele may have had one too many pints in the pub!
But despite Adele’s mishaps we made it to Lagos one of the furthest towns on the Algarve coastline. The Algarve coastline is a famous resort area running for about a hundred miles at the southern end of Portugal. Lagos is an attractive seaside town with the famous high cliff, cove beaches, emerald ...
Today Nov.22 me and my men have arrived to Hispaniola. I have just discovered that sadly my men fought with the natives and died.
I have decided to make a settlement in Isabella, where in the past I found gold. The place was poor and there was no more gold so I decided to leave the island and go ...
... delicious. Accompanied, of course, by Vino Verde.
Our last stop was at the Marzipan factory, which was located near our hotel. It was actually in a converted kitchen in the home of the couple who made the candies, along with other delicious treats and flavored liquors. Their only employee has worked with them for many years, helping them create their products sold in the ...
... all sizes and vintages, and were very LOUD. Kinda fun! After lunch we made a visit to the Pousada in town. These are historical buildings that the government chose to preserve by turning them into luxury hotels starting in the 1940's. All of them are lovely, and this one is no exception. Our guides treated us to typical Portuguese desserts out on the terrace.
Margarida and Rob dropped us off at the hotel in mid-afternoon. ...
... steps to the old castle perched at the top of the town.
As we left town we drove down to the sea to take a look at the production of Fleur de Sel in Tavira. This expensive gourmet salt typically comes from France or Portugal, and represents the 'flower' or salt crystals that float on top of the salt pans, rather than traditional salt which is what is left when the sea water evaporates. Of course I bought some!