Looking back at Lagos
Mon 19 Sep 2005 15:27
a hotel nearby for much of the time. The children really enjoyed seeing their
grandma and grandad. Plus they got to swim in their hotel pool and watch the
Simpsons on their hotel TV. John and Shirley had hired a car and took us
about a bit, which made a change. We also used the car to stock up with
tins and stuff from the supermarket.
Anna got an ear infection - probably all that swimming. Grandad drove us
local health centre, where they gave us antibiotics and all is fine now.
Lagos is very much part of the Algarve. There were a lot of British and
holiday-makers when we first arrived. Most disappeared the weekend the
back. But it remains distinctly Portugese and it is a lot hotter than
Lisbon and the
It was good to see John and Shirley but sad, too, to say goodbye. They´ve
big supporters of our trip. It was kind of them to fly out to see us and
we´re looking forward to seeing them when we get back.
Anna eating chicken from the new barbecue (headtorch required due to lack
of cockpit light, headphones required due to need to listen to H Potter)
Eddie with ketchup moustache
Castle at Sagres
Grandma and Grandad buy us a cup of tea in a cafe over-looking Sagres harbour
Eddie spots a somewhat bigger sailing boat