We had a lazy day after a lot of driving yesterday. The sun shone, it was warm and we were the only people on a great campsite. We took the 4 legged children for a few shortish walks as it was pretty warm, and strolled around the local village (Melo).
I’m not sure if everyone was hiding due to the Covid-19 scare has got to everyone, or it is a normally sleepy place but it was very quiet today.
As we strolled around the village, the majority of it looking centuries old, it was like being in a parallel universe. Obviously, we are getting emails and reports via social media or news sources about the chaos going on in the world, but in rural Portugal it is hard to get caught up in any stress or panic.
We aren’t sure if we will be able to get to Le-Harve due to travel restrictions for the return journey back to the UK, but we are taking each day as it comes and will address any issues if they occur. It is pointless worrying about things that you have no control over, and we are having a fab time in an amazing country.
I hope you’re keeping well, safe and stress free, and I also hope the world gets back to normal (whatever that is) as soon as possible.
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What a lovely place to explore and photograph. I would love to go back to Portugal to explore more of it. That is, when the coronavirus outbreak stops and things go back to normal. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva