The following day saw us heading for the historic city of Caceres. This is a great place to visit, but this time we are just staying one night, probably spending more time there on the way back. The campsite is rather luxurious, each pitch has its own little bungalow housing a wet room. Unfortunately the camp site is too far to make the city worthwhile visiting on a brief visit. The site itself is opposite a commercial district and next to a football stadium. Behind the site is a lane that leads to a footpath running between olive groves. This is a perfect place for Kelsey to have a good run.
The day we arrived was so hot that we spent most of the time on the shady pitch. Once dusk arrived everything changed. The olive groves were illuminated with the warm light from the setting sun. This removed the harshness that had been present earlier in the day.
When travelling. especially with others, flexibility is important. Emma came to see us to say that they had decided not to go to Alvor on the western end of the Algarve next. Instead they suggested we went straight to Fuseta. We were very happy with this, partially because it was over an hour closer, but also because we love the place. Happy campers all round.