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R*n 615 location

R*n 615 started from Farol de Alfanzina, Carvoeiro, Portugal and the On Inn was Helders Bar & Restaurant, Rocha Brava, Carvoeiro, Portugal.

Who ran 615? - data up to & including this r*n

Hash HandleHareHoundTotal
Madge - Hare147185
Syd - Hare127082
Antiseptic57311368
BarrowNil077
Bitter44202246
Blade Runner01212
Bubbles71315386
Clumsy Sod066
Cum By3710
Cyberseptic72298370
Forever Blowing63316379
Hash Drunk18112130
Highway25261286
Jailer (Visitor)033
Lurch57308365
Major Twit29193222
Meavy Maid (Visitor)033
Minor Twat21181202
Morticia56311367
Off His Trolley26243269
Slackbladder247599
Twisted44216260
Upperskirt33441474
White Noise22221243

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On Inn - Helders Bar & Restaurant, Rocha Brava, Carvoeiro, Portugal

This was our 1st visit to this On Inn.

www.helders-tropical.eu

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Wednesday 8th March 2017 at 2:00pm

Hash WeekendR*n 615 »

Rocha Brava - LVH3 hash the Algarve

In this unseasonally warm, sunny weather at this time of year for the Algarve coast we set off early from the Cristal Hotel, Carvoeiro to walk the cliffs to the on on, which was the Alfanzina Lighthouse just a couple of miles east.  Half a dozen hashers from the Algarve H3 swelled the numbers, even though it was the afternoon of a work day, as did a couple of virgins from Buckinghamshire.

Madge launched himself into detailed instructions on various aspects of the trail, which were promptly forgotten in our haste to get out on it. So on on, and before very long we had even forgotten our enthusiasm, as the heat of the day reflected off the tarmac brought the sweat to the surface.  After the first half a mile a challenging check took us off the roads and into the scratchy scrub of a very peaceful, fragrant valley. Further hot, dusty tracks and paths were just starting to kill us off when after crossing a road we entered a much appreciated belt of pine forest and popped out on the coast.

A tough climb over the cliffs brought us via a lovely little beach, where unfortunately Blade Runner took a dive onto the road and had to sit down and contemplate her bruised knees and hands while awaiting motorised rescue by the hares. On on up the cliffs again to the beer stop which was never been more welcome. The final scramble up the cliff path and past another great beach was the final in-trail back to the lighthouse and beers in the circle.

Naturally the virgins had their introductory drinks from the GM. Bubbles then had a good many charges to bring before the happy hash staggered a further half mile to Helder`s restaurant for wine, great food and more beer.

Thank you Madge and Syd for a great hash in a terrific location.

Cyberseptic

Write up by Cyberseptic

9th March 2017 at 10:25pm


  1. Twisted
    Twisted What a swot our little CyberSeptic is! Getting his write up done whilst still enjoying the delights of his holiday! I am very impressed with his conscientious approach! On on Septic!
    9th March 2017 at 10:32pm
  2. Slackbladder
    Slackbladder I agree Twisted!
    10th March 2017 at 7:29pm
  3. Forever Blowing
    Forever Blowing Too busy enjoying myself.
    Will do my write up when we get home!
    10th March 2017 at 9:46pm