more photos

Posted: May 31st, 2009 | Author: admin | Filed under: Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

alley

taken the other night around bairro alto. look here.


3 Comments on “more photos”

  1. 1 lk said at 10:06 pm on June 2nd, 2009:

    how amazing to live in such a beautiful place! and just a wee little graffiti to keep it from looking completely fake.

  2. 2 Matthew said at 10:58 pm on June 4th, 2009:

    The photos are gorgeous. The green brick building! OMG. Amazing. Thanks for sharing. Good luck on your apartment/car/party/surf quest.

  3. 3 Allen Bank said at 12:00 am on March 15th, 2010:

    Cumprimentos:

    I’ve just come to the the beginning of your blog which I came upon by chance. The beginning; as I began with reading your latest post, was hooked > read your next to last post, was further hooked and read your story in a backwards digression to your brave beginning. Every post, photo and video.

    I spent a few; “magical” what to expect, I’ve found searching the internet. Granted my “search” has been fairly casual, but the point, with reading deeply into your experience, your narrative, between the lines, asking my own questions and mining some answers; seeing your images (you’ve an excellent eye) showed me a great deal of what I was looking for.

    The obvious work you put into your blog was appreciated and I thought it correct to pass on my thanks with my wishes of success and happiness for you and e in Portugal.

    One thing I’ll pass on > during my exploration of the country I came upon, actually I smelt about a 1/4 of a mile before I saw what I was coming to, an unbelievable restaurant. As I approached the town, as I said, following my nose, the town sign introduced itself as: The Suckling Pig Capital of The World. I don’t know how it might affect you, but I couldn’t control the droll flowing out of the right side of my mouth. My heart was pounding! Driving down the Main Drag was restaurant after restaurant advertising glistening roasted pig.

    I spoke to a few locals, got the low-down and…

    The name of the town is Mealhada. I can’t even tell you specifically where it is. The restaurant I had dinner in (and if it wasn’t one of the best meals I’ve ever had in my life…) was:

    Restauratne META DOS LEITOES.
    Tel: 231 209 540
    Fax: 231 209 549
    E.N. 1-SERNADELO – 3050-382 Mealhada

    So if you’re in the area…

    Again, muitos agradecimentos.

    Allen Bank


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