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... know) with all the bells and whistles you can imagine. Distances are short in Portugal and by the time we had decided to stop for the day, we were in Lagos on the far west of the N125. Grant had been feeling disappointed that due to political and ongoing health issues in West Africa we were unable to undertake our West African Winter Odyssey. So Lagos (Portugal) was to be the next best thing to Lagos (*****ia). As the weather is still cold in Europe we took a cabin ...
... just a couple of doors down for dinner. Excellent grilled fish, potatoes, polenta, salad, local wine and dessert of rice puddling (Allen had chocolate mousse). Fado singers for entertainment. Dinners start late. Restaurants don't even open until 7:30. We go home after midnight. People are friendly and so far everyone speaks English! ...
... the whole place went mad with car hooters blaring and people chanting and so thinking ‘’late Easter celebrations’’ we grabbed our coats and camera’s and went to find what all the excitement was about . Lines of cars, headlights flashing and horns beeping lined the roads bumper to bumper with whole families hanging out of the windows waving flags and singing. ‘’Benfica are the champions’’, a passerby told us and so ...
... has a strong influence on people's lives. The family is the basis of Portuguese life. Life is simple, especially in rural areas. The Portuguese go home after work and entertain on weekends only.
In Portuguese society appearance is very important, especially in the cities. People are fashion conscious and believe that clothes indicate social standing and success. They take great pride in wearing good fabrics and clothes of the best standard they can afford.
... to a little opening in the multiple steep narrow streets where there two pretty little cafes. We grabbed salmon salads and with the sun and the terrific view of the ocean and the ginormous Jesus statue, “Is that Jesus?” I shouted out way too loud… I really felt like I was on break. After the satisfying meal we climbed yet another steep street to a higher viewpoint. There was of course street music playing and I soaked up the ...