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Nazare

We stopped in a small town on the coast of Portugal on the way back to Lisbon. Nazare is a wonderful little place where you are calmed by the crashing waves rolling in on the shore. The water became a beam of light in the reflection of the full moon. We walked along the boardwalk taking in the salty air. Every once in a while we would catch a old woman in the traditional dress which included seven layers of skirts which all came to their knees and a head scarf. The seafood was amazing here. It was apparent that the locals tried very hard to communicate with their visitors. What a welcoming community.

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Categories: Portugal, Travel
Posted by Evon LaGrou on October 5, 2012
4 Comments Post a comment
  1. 10/9/2012
    Rachel

    Whoa! just looking at the pictures its as if I was there.. so serene. nice. Is your mom still traveling with you? well if so, I’m sure this is going to be one of the most memorable events ever for her.

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    • 10/9/2012

      No. She went back home. I am on my own until seeing my friends in Zambia. Hope you are well.

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      • 10/17/2012
        Rachel

        🙂 all is well. I was just seeing the pics and reading your post in Rwanda… what an awesome experience and the videos… so awesome! you take care and as mentioned continue to take us along on this exciting journey. take care and until next time. Rachel

      • 10/17/2012

        Thanks Rachel. I am glad you are enjoying the posts. Your comments help keep me motivated to keep working on them. You take care. Thinking of you and your Oct. reports. I know you will do well at learning all your new tasks. 🙂

        Sent from my iPad

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