My Eating Habits in Portugal

I already made several posts praising Portuguese food, so I will skip that part for now. All together I spent 5 months in Portugal, so I had a chance to eat like a Portuguese. 😁 The big change it was for me! In Finland, food hardly has any taste, and almost everything is fat free.... Continue Reading →



Lagos is famous for its beautiful beaches. Well, which by-the-ocean place is not? 🙂 I am sharing with you the stunning views of Lagos beach. When I was young, I saw similar pictures. If someone would tell me back then that I will visit that lovely place, I will never believe it. And I was... Continue Reading →

Other Things in Lagos

The things I payed attention to were not only architecture and climate. The city had interesting art of high quality on the walls, and local dogs and cats were running around reluctantly. Yes, that's the beauty of Lagos, so many aspects together, so diverse.

Temperature in Lagos

Do you remember how I complained about heat at the very beginning of the trip? About the broken condition in the car? The temperature was around 40 degrees! But not in Lagos... as far as I remember correctly it varied from 19 to 22, and the sun wasn't there all the time, like it is... Continue Reading →

Colors in Lagos

Hello everyone! How are you? How did the year start? I have a new work start, of which I am very very excited, but I will tell you more about it some other day. ☺ In the last post, I experimented with the pictures, and I offered a bit different vision of sunny colourful Lagos.... Continue Reading →

Minimalistic Lagos

Happy new year, everyone! 2018 has started, but I still have to tell much about 2017, which was rich in trips. My today's post is about Lagos, which is located in southern Portugal. This specification is important, because the capital of Nigeria is Lagos as well. In 2016, I almost booked a hotel in Nigerian... Continue Reading →

The Castle of Silves

I absolutely love history, and castles are a special part of this passion. No wonder I am so attracted to my dear Portugal, which is so rich in that. Like I already mentioned, Silves is a small town, but you can easily spend here several days, exploring the sightseeings. One of those attractions is the... Continue Reading →

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