Tram 28 …

Of course we walked the streets of Alfama. But Lisbon is a place full of tourists (you know the difference between a traveller and a tourist?) so I had to find a way to take a photo of the famous tram 28 without the people in it … I think I did quite well … Love this shot. This time – Fuji Xpro2 …

If you are a photographer and want a guide in Lisbon, contact Miguel, he knows all the places – highly recommended!

Alentejo cliff

Today we left our campsite at Sagres and we’ve tried to find another place at the Algarve. The Algarve is, most of you probably know that, a wonderful coast line in Portugal. Unfortunately it is full of tourists. We found a nice spot for breakfast at the beach but when we reached the next village saying “0,90€ for a pint” on a big sign all over the place, I thought it was better to leave. So we “returned” to the Aljentejo coast which isn´t less beautiful but has a lot less tourists. During our evening walk I dicovered this view from the cliff near our village. It is fascinating to see what the ocean has done to the rocks.


Yesterday we drove from Lisbon to Sagres. We`ve tried to find some nice spots at the Alentejo coast but because it was Sunday and everybody went to the beach as well, we were not really sucessful … On the way we stopped at Sado River fishing port in Carrasqueira. The landing stages were installed around 1950 and this is how they look 🙂 Finally we arrived at Sagres were we found a nice spot for our monile home.