What do you do on your last day in Portugal? You find a nice spot in Old Town, Albufeira and enjoy some of the local flavours. I’m not a wine drinker...but this Sangria is pretty good...
We’re told it gets as warm as 50 C here in the summer. I guess that’s why when it’s only 18 C the locals are seen with winter coats on. You can pick out the tourists cause they’re the ones in bare arms, or light sweaters.
And I was soooo impressed with the parking job by this bus driver. I parked our rental on the street cause I didn’t want to have to back down the long driveway. Those metal posts are unforgiving. I’m sure my dad could have parked a bus every bit as well as this guy did!!
Tomorrow we head back to London for the night before making our way to Canada on Sunday. Fingers crossed.