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Old 08-01-2004, 11:27 AM   #1
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hey guys im in lisboa portugal and are heading to the beaches and bars (hopefully babes too) of lagos the next few days. anyone know of a good place to stay? hoping to party it up a bit so a social place The pousada is like fully booked like one week in advance so its out of the question...
anybody stayed in these hostels: http://www.bugeurope.com/reviews/Portugal/.../Algarve/Lagos/
I think I might go with the 'casa amarela' listed on tpunk.


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Old 08-02-2004, 04:21 AM   #2
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hey there, i was just in lagos 2 weeks ago. i didnșt have a place booked but just showed up on the bus, and there was a lady greeting people as you got off asking if you needed a place to stay. i ended up going with her and it was truly legitimate and great! her name is lucinda. the place is right in the center across from the post office with an amazing view of the ocean! it was 17 euro a night. so if you are the type who can just show up places without knowing for sure where you are staying, i would say do this for lagos and if you donșt meet her, maybe someone else or there are loads of places to stay and youșll be fine. but anyplace you stay in lagos would be a pretty good location probably because it the inner city pedestrian area is pretty small.
have fun! enjoy the beach, the cheap drinks and the food!!!!!!!!!!! i ate loads of incredible food while i was there!

take care,
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ps take a boat ride out to the grottos. there are people all along the beach offering them, and it was definitely worth it!
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hey lauren, thanks for the tips! hows things with you and shane in morrocco?! say hi to my good friend.
weșre hitting seville and then down that way so youll have to give me all the info on morrocco too
maybe I could see you when youre coming up and weșre coming down!

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Old 08-05-2004, 05:24 AM   #4
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hi again. unfortunately, i am back in the US ......I had to leave Shane and the couple others we were with last week to head back into Spain, then Portugal to come home, and those lucky ducks headed down to Marrakesh to trek out into the desert for a few days with a guide. I am sooooooooo jealous and sad that I missed out and am home! Anyway, hope Lagos is working out for you. Do you have Shane's email because if not, I could give it to you. Ok, bye for now.
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Hey u2!

I got shanes email before leaving san seb but he had already left morocco, bugger! Im in marakech and will probably do a camel safari once we have driven out there. Lagos was cool but felt like being in britain!
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