It was time to leave Ulf and Åsa and their fabulous hospitality. While there, lots of chatting and reminiscing about old times. Plenty of eating fantastic local food at great local restaurants. Visits to some fabulous places in southern Portugal. Thanks heaps, guys.
Today my hosts took me to the European peninsula’s most western point. A cape called Cabo de São Vincente, Cape St Vincent. The cape is some 75km west of Ulf and Åsa’s home, close to the town of Sagres, Algarve, Portugal. Farol
Today’s weather forecast was grim. The Weather Channel app issued 4 alerts at 6am and even the banner was now in an eye-catching red colour. Rain, rain, rain… And some thunder and lightning as well. The pool filled up with water fast but it didn’t
Quiet morning. The morning after the night before. And it’s also Halloween but you couldn’t tell. I got up late at 9am and after breakfast, Åsa gave Ulf and me a lift to Carvoeiro. Ulf and I were off to do
Both Ulf and Åsa had prior commitments today. Commitments done prior to me stumbling in on their doorstep. Hence, by 9am, I was by myself in their fantastic house at Pestana Golf Resort. If you hadn’t realized it by now,
Time to leave Porto and its rain. Of course it was raining again overnight and when I woke up and it continued to do so well into the morning. Checkout from Hotel Século was not until noon. My train to Tunes,