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Gail Aguiar (Gail at Large)
a Canadian photographer & writer based in Porto, Portugal since 2013.
a Canadian photographer & writer based in Porto, Portugal since 2013.
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The Asian Kitchen pop-ups are flourishing in Porto, with a growing crowd of regulars hungry for the next menu of flavours from the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia. The latest event was hosted by Bird of Passage Coffee, where the Asian trio (Lois,…
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At the end of October I started a weekly series on my Facebook page called Everyday Portugal, with a hashtag so I could find the collection. The series consists of little anecdotes about living in Portugal, accompanied by a picture and posted on Monday.…
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What if you crossed Couchsurfing with Meetup and Tinder and made it an app? That’s how I would describe MyFriendsRoom, which launched on Friday night (the iOS version) at Cerveja Nortada in Porto.
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The municipal market in Vila Franca de Xira was built in 1929, its original tiles created thereafter (1929-1933). The tiles are emblematic of the region, with each of the four entrances marking a season. The scenes mark different points of the…
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Visually, this post is a mashup between Turkey Day, a housewarming, and Christmas. It’s a sign that the Eating Season has well and truly begun!
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We were lucky to receive not one but two invitations for Turkey Day in Portugal this year. Tonight we dug into our first bird — the handsome specimen you see here — and on Saturday awaits the second. I’m fighting a food coma to post the food pictures.…
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Two food posts in a row, I know. But winter is coming and I suspect that this season affects our physiology, making us constantly think about food and the next meal… or is that just me??
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We’re eating stews and using the oven again! The temperature drop was stark in these parts; the last week of October felt like we’d passed directly from summer to winter and Mother Nature had forgotten the shoulder season called autumn. Instead, it was…
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According to WebMD, our 25-kilo, 4.5-year old pooch is 32 years old in human years, which sounds about right. While he’s changing less over the recent past versus when he first landed at our home at five months old, Ice the Dog is like a 32-year old human…
Four Years Of Ice
Four Years Of Ice
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