As you know by now, Casey and I are BIG beach people. I’ve hardly met a beach that I didn’t love in my 28 years of living. So when we heard that the Algarve Coast in Southern Portugal is one of the most beautiful coast lines in the World, we got really excited.
If you missed part one, you can read it here.
So before I get into the latter half of the Loulé story, let me set the stage for you again: We’re legit in the middle of nowhere, no transportation, staying with a French couple, who speak basically no English, and their fifteen-year-old daughter who interpreted as best she could when she was there.
I don’t really know how to put Loulé into deep thoughts, so I’m going to give an overall recap of our interesting three days there.
Before I get started, I want to point out that this will be my last Airbnb post that is separate from the city post. I will still be reviewing the places we stayed, but I will be including them in my overall review of each city that we visit. To be honest, doing two separate posts was kind of boring and redundant in my opinion, and until Airbnb sponsors me and I can start getting free places to stay… This is how it’s going to be (your move, Airbnb).
I’m going to start this post with a little rant, so bear with me.
How the HELL do alarms on iPhones magically turn off after you’ve set them? Am I losing my mind? Because I’m 99.9% positive that I saw the little button go from grey to green next to 6:32am (Yes, I am one of those freaks who never sets their alarm on a :00 or a number ending in 5). So how in God’s name did my alarm NOT go off at 6:32am? This will forever be one of the greatest mysteries of mankind. Okay, maybe not. But it happens more often than it should and I refuse to believe that it is user error on my part.