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Cafezinho and Pastel de nata - a typical Portuguese breakfast

8AM in Alfama

The clock strikes. It’s 8AM in Alfama. Alfama is that neighborhood in Lisbon you can spend hours and hours going from little cobblestone alley to little cobblestone alley. It’s that village life where each and every turn in the labyrinth will…


Vegetarian Restaurants in Lisbon: I Tried Them All

Being a vegetarian in Lisbon – who knew it would be this easy? Well, it wasn’t last year when I was randomly working at a hostel bar, but things have clearly changed and Lisbon is totally on the come-up. Some…

Damon Dominique (that's me) chilling on the Dom Luis Bridge in Porto.

Two Days in Porto

You’ve got two days in Porto. The good thing is: you need about two hours to see the main sights – you may think you’ll be running around to see the city, but by the third and fourth hour, you’ll…

A view of a tiny alleyway and the apartments above it.

Porto Photo Diary

It was a wet seven days I spent in Porto. It would have been perfect if I felt like Portugal was a place it should be gray, raining, and very depressing-looking while I’m visiting, but to me, Portuguese towns should…


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