NOTE — I thank the Embassy of Egypt in Brazil and Portugal for sharing the original Portuguese version of this post on social networks. Months ago, I wrote a post emphasizing eight notable points about tourism in Lisbon (I live in Portugal). This time, the blog shows a slightly longer list: ten items. Ten notes on how Egypt is worth visiting. The fabulous […]
Silves, in the Algarve, is a city that breathes History. I go there every year — especially in August, the month of the traditional Medieval Fair. Tourists like to explore the Historic Center. We find there, for example, a castle and a cathedral. The tour in the Historic Center usually begins on the N124 road, […]
Tourists often visit typical shops in the Algarve to buy souvenirs. The shops in Silves have a special touch. Among them, a favorite is Ana & Joana.
Golf is a tradition in the Algarve (south of Portugal). Thousands of tourists — especially from England and Germany — come solely for this reason. It’s unusual for a player to arrive with all of their equipment. So, people look for golf shops to buy or rent gear and clothes.
Water, water, waaater, WATER. This is a frequent thought during tourism in Egypt — except in the high season of Winter. Few people know that drinking water is not the sole concern on hot days. There’s a special water that men and women should spray over the skin, and it can save the day. It’s an effect that — with […]
I often express my affection for Silves. It is naturally part of my life in the Algarve (south of Portugal), where I live. Every time I receive visitors from abroad, I spend a day trip with them in the city. Silves’ Historic Center attracts History lovers. The Cathedral, the Castle, the Turret of the City Gate, among other sites, are an irresistible invitation. At some point […]
A cruise on the Nile River is one of the most thrilling events in Egypt. In fact, my favorite part of the trip. It happens in the South, from Luxor to Aswan, and vice versa.
On one of my trips to Vienna, I finally visited the Freud Museum. It’s a delightful place that I’ll show in this blog, with lots of photos, videos, and tips for your time there. Today’s tip is about a place next to the museum — just a few steps away: Cafe Freud. Hum… Freud and coffee… Interesting, Damas. Yes, it is. I don’t have a […]
A charming day trip in Silves’ Historic Center quickly makes us discover Restaurant Café Inglês. The restaurant is just a few steps from the Silves Castle and next to Silves Cathedral.
Felucca is a small, primitive wooden sailboat used in Egypt. In Aswan, tourists love to be part of a felucca ride on the Nile River. While observing the exotic nature, maybe singing and dancing with the tour guide and the small crew, they see a curious scene: children in a tremendous effort to approach the boat.