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      1. No! From experience I know I could spend hours examining the photos, make a calculated deduction, and be miles off. My wife, on the other hand, could probably glance at the two photos and nail it in a heartbeat!

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    1. You’re the first to pick up on the two fishing mentions, but you’re right it is unlikely!!

      And I love the idea of windows, might return to that later in year πŸ˜€

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  1. Lovely. Yellow and blue are so good together. I am thinking that since I have pipped you to using yellow, that is not your April theme although to be fair mine has not been square, but yellow has possibly been done to death now. It can’t be windows or cats as there were none to be seen in the sunset hint. Maybe birds? Or knowing you it will be something word related. Nope. I give up! And I would love to know what she is gazing out at.

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      1. PS alternatively join us at 4pm for Zoom chat and I’ll show you myself. You don’t need to have your video on!!

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      2. Looks like a real rabbit warren around there! Can’t quite get onto the street, but I see the view. Will you go back to Olhao? Or use somewhere else as a base.

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      3. Rabbit warren is perfect description, in the early days we were always getting lost. Well not lost exactly as if you look for sun you’ll always end up back at the front.

        Probably initially as it is now 2years since we were there but may head up into Alentejo if we can find a base that’s as good πŸ™‚

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      4. Not sure, think it will depend on finding the accommodation. For the time of year we’ll be there we’re want something with good heating in all rooms as well as A/C which is not an easy find!!

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      1. I did wonder . . . .at least though you can go quite far up into the hills within your municipality – just imagine if you were in Castro Marim!

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      2. Indeed! We have 2 good friends who are in splendid isolation in a village on the outskirts, with nowhere to walk to. They did come to us, once, for an outing in the hills. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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