We are parked in a €1 a night aire with electric with mainly french campers in Estarreja. A bargain for €2 for 48 hours. We suspect the french campers have been playing swaps every 2 days as they are very familiar with each other and the guy who looks after the place. The town doesnt really have any historic buildings but they love their murals and street art, on the sides of buildings. Three large supermarkets offer the cheapest diesel we have seen in ages, all across the road from each other. The guy in charge of the aire, speaks perfect french, so we are getting by and he’s ever so helpful. Jason asked him where’s good for lunch and he pointed down the road, as we walked past the restaurant he jumped up and called to us from inside the door. As we entered we were greeted with the residents of at least 6 other french campers at the aire. A busy place with at least 20 people coming for lunch after we arrived. After struggling to decifer the menu, even with google translate, we order soup of the day (vegetable and delicious) and fish( a big steak of the local fish, with potatoes and cabbage), a beer and a half carafe of wine for the so cheap price of €12 total (£10). The sun has now come out for the week, so a bike ride might be in order for later in the day. Now for a siesta to sleep of my vinho (wine) and off to the famed Aveiro tomorrow.