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Nazaré

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  • Day28

    Nazare action

    August 16 in Portugal

    Supposedly one of the most popular resorts in Portugal. Very vibey promenade, and a beautiful beach. Chilly though. We all have long sleeve T-shirts on today. It’s where the world serve Championships often held. Google the waves!

  • Day367

    Portugal, Nazaré

    September 27 in Portugal

    Hoch oben auf dem Felsen ist ein altes Fort, welches sich ganz dem Phänomen des "Nazaré Canyon" und den angeblich weltweit größten Wellen widmet. Es sind Surfbretter von bekannten Wellenreitern ausgestellt, die hier in Nazaré auf den gewaltigen Wellen gesurft sind. Auch die Entstehung solcher Naturgewalten wurde erklärt.
    (Googlt einfach mal "Nazaré Wellenreiter", echt beeindruckend!!)
    Die Monsterwellen konnten wir leider nicht sehen, da diese immer Ende Herbst auftreten. Und dann hat man von dem Fort aus die beste Sicht. Vom Strand aus haben wir einen kleinen Vorgeschmack bekommen (vorletztes Bild).Read more

  • Day365

    Portugal, Nazaré

    September 25 in Portugal

    Jubiläum!
    Vor einem Jahr hat meine Reise begonnen :-)
    Unglaublich...

    Nazaré ist ein nettes Fischerörtchen, welches bei Surfern durch die "Monsterwellen" im Herbst/Winter bekannt ist. Da die Gassen alle sehr schmal sind, ist es ruhig, schattig und wenig touristisch (bis auf die 3-4 Haupttouristraßen). Sardinen sind/waren anscheinend in ganz Portugal Grundnahrungsmittel. Früher wurden diese zu Haltbarkeit in der Sonne getrocknet. Der getrocknete Fisch kann roh (geschreddert), gekocht oder gegrillt gegessen werden.
    An jeder Ecke bekommt man frisch gegrillten Fisch, standardmäßig mit Kartoffeln und Salat. Die Restauranttküchen sind oftmals einfach an der Hauswand in der Straße. Auch die Einheimischen stellen ihren Grill vor die Haustür oder auf das Fensterbrett.
    Dadrüber, an den Hauswänden, ist die Wäscheleine gespannt, so dass der Grillgeruch nachts auch nicht fehlt ;-)
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  • Day130

    Porto to Nazaré

    April 29, 2017 in Portugal

    Got up early, walked over to parking garage and picked up car and headed out. No hassles on getting out of the garage. :) Plugged in Nazarè as our first point and off we went. About 145 mile drive to Nazarè As we drove, we noticed there were quite a few people of all ages walking along the road wearing bright green safety vests. They went on for miles and miles and miles. Janet suggested they were walking towards Fatima. I had my doubts, but a text message using WhatsApp to our hostess in Porto revealed that Janet was correct! And to think that this goes on day in and day out! Impressive. We had thought about heading to Fatima but time was important and we had been to shrines before so we decided to keep heading towards the seaside town of Nazaré, one of the most popular towns along the Costa de Prata (the Silver Coast of Portugal) - a town of fishermen where the women used to head to the sea to wait on their returning men and are known for their tradition of wearing a skirt with 7 petticoats to keep warm. Janet's eagle eye spotted a few of these ladies. I was struck by all the whitewashed buildings and brilliant sun and sea - for some reason , it made me feel like I was in Greece. Using Yelp, found a great place to eat - friendly hosts and very busy restaurant (http://bit.ly/2rnaLhN). After lunch, strolled the beachfront a bit, buying some souvenirs, taking pictures and wishing we had much longer to stay. This would be an ideal beachtown for a vacation.Read more

  • Day2

    Nazaré, Portugal

    February 21 in Portugal

    From Madrid we head straight to Nazare. The way was nice and when we finally got to the coast, we entered the town of Nazare. This place is known for the biggest waves in the world, that sometimes are as high as 30 meters. We didn't got to see the real massive waves, but still 6-7 m is still impressive.

  • Day4

    Portuguese Lesson #3

    May 5 in Portugal

    You will learn more swear words on a Saturday night watching a soccer game than in the school yard.

    A quiet Liquor Beirão after a lovely Robalo grelhado (charcoal grilled sea bass) watching the final minutes of todays hotly contested soccer game in a very interesting bar ...

  • Day1

    First day in Nazaré

    May 2 in Portugal

    After a long flight via Dubai and London we flew into Lisbon. Arranged phone SIMs and a hire car and drove straight out to Nazaré. Picked up the keys to our apartment, picked up Dad from his house and went out to one of our 3 favourite restaurants in Nazare for some beautiful fresh fish.

  • Day3

    12 months go by and the memories of the food don’t disappoint. A Cataplana (silver dish) is like a seafood stew - there is no limit to the type of seafood - it is just freshly caught! And for Kim and I - the amazing Carne de Porco a Alentejana (pork and clams with potatoes) which I have antihistamines before I eat it so I don’t die 🤪

  • Day2

    Portuguese Lesson #1

    May 3 in Portugal

    O espaço de estacionamento é opcional
    Parking bays are optional

    In Portugal you can (and they do) park anywhere. Don't be surprised if you find double parking in a narrow lane way. It is perfectly acceptable to double park, whilst you have your morning coffee and pastry.

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