Tram 28 …

Of course we walked the streets of Alfama. But Lisbon is a place full of tourists (you know the difference between a traveller and a tourist?) so I had to find a way to take a photo of the famous tram 28 without the people in it … I think I did quite well … Love this shot. This time – Fuji Xpro2 …

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Alentejo cliff

Today we left our campsite at Sagres and we’ve tried to find another place at the Algarve. The Algarve is, most of you probably know that, a wonderful coast line in Portugal. Unfortunately it is full of tourists. We found a nice spot for breakfast at the beach but when we reached the next village saying “0,90€ for a pint” on a big sign all over the place, I thought it was better to leave. So we “returned” to the Aljentejo coast which isn´t less beautiful but has a lot less tourists. During our evening walk I dicovered this view from the cliff near our village. It is fascinating to see what the ocean has done to the rocks.

Carrasqueira

Yesterday we drove from Lisbon to Sagres. We`ve tried to find some nice spots at the Alentejo coast but because it was Sunday and everybody went to the beach as well, we were not really sucessful … On the way we stopped at Sado River fishing port in Carrasqueira. The landing stages were installed around 1950 and this is how they look 🙂 Finally we arrived at Sagres were we found a nice spot for our monile home.