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Published: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 15:10:58 +0200

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Portugal
Portugal is a high hill with a white watch tower on it flying signal flags. It is apparently inhabited by one man who lives in a long row of yellow houses with red roofs, and populated by sheep who do grand acts of balancing on the side of the hill.Richar [...]



Bones, beers and concrete
Lagos, Portuga
Friday, Jul 17, 1998 [...]



Bones, beers and concrete
Lagos, Portuga
Friday, Jul 17, 1998 [...]



Crying over spilt blood in Lisbon
Lisbon, Portugal
Wednesday, Jul 15, 1998 [...]



The coast of Portugal
Oporto, Portugal
Tuesday, Jul 14, 1998 [...]



Escape from LAgos (12 Random Musings on Portugal and Cadiz)
1) Portugal is definetly and defiantly not Spain. Before I arrived, I too would have been hard pressed to distinguish between Portugal and its larger Iberian cousin. Portugal does however, retain an immediate and distinct atmosphere of its own, although t [...]



Well - it's Portugal
I have some strange feeling whenever I go to Portugal of being lost to the rest of the world. It seems that Portugal is in a category quite of its own. And the Portugese are not disatisfied with this. You often here a sentence ending with; "well this [...]



Lagos - from the back of our scooters.
Lagos has been pretty ridiculous. Not unlike Barcelona, it's light on history, but heavy with natural beauty and fun. Lagos is a city located in the algarve reigon of portugal, which is the southern most part. A touristy town that increases it's p [...]



Madeira part VII.
Today we have breakfast at nine. Later and later! The weather is grey and stormy. An endless array of heavy clouds drift in from the sea and unload their cargo. Nobody seeks absolution in the pool. I go to the PC and write a couple of mails, but at 10 [...]