Pousada Ouro Verde
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... beach. It was all blue with a red ball on its head and covered in spikes. Was cool until a wave washed it away in front of us. Finished the beach walk and stopped off at the gelato store and pizzeria on the way home. Had a chilled evening with a screening of City of ...
... an outdoor cafe/bar. I pull up a chair and join him and his family for a drink. When I approach the bar a boy, must have been eight years old, is standing on a stool, facing me, his elbows laid across the bar like it's his. 'Ah... A beer please... Cevaja?' He looks behind me to who I assume is his mum/employer for help then rushes for a cold beer. Cold beer. Nothing sounds sweeter. I sit there among them as they chatter feeling slightly awkward ...
... single, except from right now, I can hear snoring from downstairs. After we checked in, we went for an orientation walk and got to know more about the activities. But since I've been here before, I knew most of the things, except the good restaurants he was showing us. We booked a table at a beach restaurant. They had a BBQ tonight. It was super good but expensive. Guido also showed us where all the hikes start on the island. Then we had 3 hours to ...
... Seafood Risotto, freshly grilled fish, steaks, per kilo restaurants (essentially a buffet providing any food you can imagine where), as the name suggests, the customers pays per kilo of food, a very cheap and varied way to eat. We've eaten well, healthily and not had to break the bank to do so. Bringing snacks from the mainline was insightful, which meant that we could eat a large breakfast, snack in the afternoon and then feast in the evening. To ...
... out evening, chatting and playing drinking games and really got to know everyone.
Next day, me and Rebecca were invited by Katie and Caz to explore a beach they had found close to the main town, so spent most of day lounging on a cracking beach and swimming in the sea. About tea time me and Becca left to explore a bit more of the local area and went on a conservation trail and saw the remains of the first prison, the old aqueduct and a few nice secluded beaches ...