Pedalling Portugal – Photo report

In early March 2016, I found myself in a deserted coach station in Spain. At my feet lay my bike, wrapped in industrial size bin bags. Next to it, my four panniers rested in a line ready to be mounted on the racks. And I stood in front of them, the reality of my journey slowly sinking in. Eventually I hooked the panniers to their rightful place. I got on the bike and off I went. This is what I saw.
For 32 weeks, I will post a batch of photos every Monday morning.
Later words and sounds will come. But for now, I’m going to share what I experienced through the photos I took. If you miss a post, go to this page to find all the links.

The Algarve is blessed with the ria formosa, a system of barrier islands that communicates with the sea through six inlets. Its waters are calm and still, filled with clams and salt. They are a haven of peace and I spent as much time as I could cycling along its dirt paths.

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4 thoughts on “Pedalling Portugal – Photo report

    • Thank you 🙂 I’m glad you’ve enjoyed the shots and that they were able to take you back to this beautiful part of the world.
      The Algarve is definitely a very beautiful place of the world. I really want to go back but I’m not sure I’ll be able to this year 😦

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