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... Politico, through the boom years and joining of the EU, funds began flowing into Portugal and allowing for the diversion of more resources towards developing a strong social welfare system. However, with the recent onset of the economic collapse, the return to the welfare society has been something new for many of the youth to experience. Living at home longer, providing care for grandparents, and most radically the large movements of people out ...
... had really bad luck when it came to the waves. With Tommy coming surely he would bring some decent waves. Not to be. In fact the 8 days that Tommy was here was the worst 8 days I have ever had on a surf trip. Ever, ever, ever....... We surfed one time in 8 days for 20 minutes and each caught only one wave. I don't know why but I'm pretty sure Portugal hates me. We did a lot of driving and I got to see some other areas that I didn't get to see while ...
... and, at the same time, it retains all that you would expect of Old Europe--its charm, sophistication, history, culture, beauty, architecture, and, in this small city of about 26,000 inhabitants, friendly people. By now, we are settling in quite nicely as residents of Tavira. This blog traces some of our experiences traveling here by way of Madrid and Lisbon. In future entries we will focus on a variety of topics, including places we visit and aspects of ...
... that there is another big shoppingcenter, the "Centro Vasco da Gama". Unfortunately we didn't have the time to go there.
I absolutely loved our time in Lisbon. It is a fabulous city with amazing people and a great culture. And if you go there you should try "Pastéis de Belém". It is a desert and you can get it everywhere in Lisbon. It is one of the best things I've ever eaten.
... was a slow day, there were areas of tables roped off and not deemed to be required! If we thought the first tart we tried in Faro was good (and it was) then the ones we tried here were exquisite. The custard was perfectly smooth and creamy, but it was the pastry that was heavenly. As with the previous one it was almost filo-ish but indescribably crisp. On biting in to it, it was like crunching a very fine praline, but had all the wonderful buttery flavour of pastry, and they were ...
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