Friday 21st December 2018: Off we go again on our annual escape to the south to find more sun, although the local forecast is good, it does get cold in the South of France. After a very busy summer mainly taken up by lease negotiations with potential tenants for our property in the UK, we … More Winter Sun Calls 2018 – 2019
We spent a week at Benidorm with a few meals a lot of walking and a bit of scooting about on Suzi the Scooter. By Saturday morning we felt it time to move on, not far as we had decided to visit Darren & Lyn (DazzLin on the MotorhomeFun forum) who we had met a … More Benidorm and Beyond to Portugal
Saturday 5th January 2019, after sending the last blog we took a long walk along the beach to the town of Monte Gordo. Since our last visit they had built a really nice board-walk the whole length of the beach front, complete with many restaurants and toilets, only a couple were finished and open but … More Plenty of Water but no Pump!
Friday 11th January 2019. After two days parked by the side of a lake near the beach at Quarteira we really needed to fill with water so moved the 3 km up the road to the large Camper Stop. Unfortunately we arrived at the same time as everybody else so there was quite a queue … More A lovely Spot, Except for the Lawn Mowers!
On Wednesday 23rd January 2019 we arrived at Alvor. We parked at the “Pines” parking (GPS 37.12414,-8.59527) which is a tolerated parking spot for Motorhomes directly opposite the Camper Park which to us, is absolutely awful, it’s not expensive, just €3 a night but apart from the dumping spot which is quite well built, they … More Alvor to Lagos then back
Tuesday 5th February 2019. After successfully purchasing the new fresh water pump in Ayamonte we headed for El Rocío which Chris & Fred had said was a “must visit” place. The fitting of the pump will be a job when we get home as Steve will need too many tools which we don’t carry with … More Sand City Complete with Cowboys and Girls
Sunday 10th February 2019, we left El Rocío and pointed Jemima north again towards Seville, as there are no roads through the eastern side of “Parque Nacional de Doñana”. Jerez de la Frontera (pronounced Herez), is where all the Sherry is made and we wanted to go there. It is just the other side of … More Zigging and Zagging in Spain