My highlight was going on a speedboat in Lagos, watching a dolphin show and visiting Monchique. We went on a coach tour up the mountains and passed many abandoned smallholdings and saw quite a few productive one's too. We also noticed quite a few orange trees. Smallholdings with villas can still be bought relatively cheap. What you would do for a living. Is another question. Portugal is a modern country though and it's very cheap to live there. The weather means everything doesn't it when you have a smallholding or an allotment?
Any road. I am back and I will catch up with the blogs I follow this week. Here's a few photographs for you.
|Sorry the date is wrong still. Amazing villa and garden in Monchique.|
|Praia Da Rocha.|
|The amazing Dolphins. My eyes started watering.. Amazing surreal experience.|
|Man tending his vegetable garden in Monchique. He was using an Azada, like mine.|