Nearly 1,000 firefighters in Portugal have been scrambling to contain a wildfire that has raged for four days and forced the evacuation of about 1,400 people as it spreads towards the Algarve, one of the country’s top tourist destinations.
That’s out in the boonies.
Wildfire that erupted in Odemira on Saturday has scorched thousands of hectares and forced evacuation of 1,400 people
Population density – including the villages – of less than one person per hectare?
As BiS says, an absence of goats.
BTW, yes, I do know the area. Right boonies. When they say “Algaarve” they mean getting within 20km of the border of the province which is itself 30 km from the beaches and towns. It’s like saying there’s a problem in Bristol and this might affect civilisation.