Here we go a drinking

A contribution from Richard Johnson from Perth Australia, himself and six others, wander around a few well quite a few bars one hot August night into early morning. bars lagos portugal Staying at Read More »

Missing Scot may have joined hippies

Missing Scot may have joined hippies says Len Port of Algarve Newswatch Speculation that 30-year-old Scotsman Jon Anderson Edwards may have found his way into a hippie commune in the western Algarve Read More »

The Other Face of Portugal?

from Lagos 365 contributor Chip the Duck. I was tempted to title this post “The Unacceptable Face of Portugal” but perhaps it is not my place to be judgemental about other cultures. Read More »

Changes at Lagos365

As most of you know we are a non profit site put together by a group of friends. We have decided due to other commitments to change the way we publish our Read More »

Street Decorations : Phoenicians and the Carthaginians

The first people in the Algarve were traders and Estate stewards that established their colonies on the coasts. Good examples were the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians that existed for a long time Read More »

My thoughts

We received this review of our city.   A beautiful place, with at one end a Castle which sits on the sea edge,(now a museum), and at the other a superb boating Read More »

The Ultimate Ice bucket Challenge

The ALS Ice bucket challenge has been all over the internet and the media. This photo by Ray Pocock just outside Lagos must be the The Ultimate Ice bucket Challenge.  The photo was Read More »

Living in Portugal Why?

What exactly attracts so many people to this country? Here are six reasons to start a new life in Portugal: Breathtaking Beauty From churches and small fishing villages to golf courses, castles, Read More »

Believe it or not!

To combat the increasing problem we referred to in an earlier article, regarding cyclists using the pedestrian areas, the authorities are going to combat this by using wheel prods.   They are Read More »

 

Here we go a drinking

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A contribution from Richard Johnson from Perth Australia, himself and six others, wander around a few well quite a few bars one hot August night into early morning. bars lagos portugal Staying at Central Lagos Hostel, we ahead out at 9pm

Missing Scot may have joined hippies

Missing Scot may have joined hippies says Len Port of Algarve Newswatch Speculation that 30-year-old Scotsman Jon Anderson Edwards may have found his way into a hippie commune in the western Algarve has given his family and friends hope that

The Other Face of Portugal?

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from Lagos 365 contributor Chip the Duck. I was tempted to title this post “The Unacceptable Face of Portugal” but perhaps it is not my place to be judgemental about other cultures. Those who follow my blog will know that

Changes at Lagos365

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As most of you know we are a non profit site put together by a group of friends. We have decided due to other commitments to change the way we publish our news and views. After a little break we

Street Decorations : Phoenicians and the Carthaginians

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The first people in the Algarve were traders and Estate stewards that established their colonies on the coasts. Good examples were the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians that existed for a long time solely from the resources of the coast. One

My thoughts

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We received this review of our city.   A beautiful place, with at one end a Castle which sits on the sea edge,(now a museum), and at the other a superb boating harbour, which is accessible via a small bridge.

The Ultimate Ice bucket Challenge

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The ALS Ice bucket challenge has been all over the internet and the media. This photo by Ray Pocock just outside Lagos must be the The Ultimate Ice bucket Challenge.  The photo was taken on September 1st 2014 five months to

Living in Portugal Why?

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What exactly attracts so many people to this country? Here are six reasons to start a new life in Portugal: Breathtaking Beauty From churches and small fishing villages to golf courses, castles, and pristine beaches, Portugal offers a wide range

Drones

Drones

Drones have a bad name in the press due to the the idea that they are mainly used in military uses and for spying but a number of people are using them to put together some beautiful films. Here we

Believe it or not!

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To combat the increasing problem we referred to in an earlier article, regarding cyclists using the pedestrian areas, the authorities are going to combat this by using wheel prods.   They are battery operated and can be fully extended with

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