Just Like Riding A Bike, A Little Procrastination And Leaving Lagos

The Algarve Region, Portugal

The phrase keeps going over and over in my mind, “It’s just like riding a bike” as I look at this blank screen before me and think of the months that have gone by since we last posted. Once we get out of the habit of writing and posting every two or so weeks, it gets easier and easier to come up with excuses to put off typing out even a short blog post. Without updates, our friends, family and those of you who follow our blog are left wondering if we fell off the edge of the earth and we receive notes asking, “Is everything okay?”

In January, it was the ‘Portuguese Plague’ that lasted two weeks and wiped out thoughts of welcoming in 2018 with anything but waving a tissue clutched in our damp hands and a chorus of raspy hacks. Having house guests (one of whom stayed healthy enough to send out for groceries and more tissue) meant that our days seemed to go by in a blur. We also made several trips up and down the Algarve coast from Lagos to Albufeira where (more on that in a bit) we were planning to shift our base and trade in an apartment for a house.

 

 

The end of January saw me (Anita) packing a suitcase, gulping down last-minute, free-floating anxieties and clutching hugging Richard while I said goodbye as he’d decided the heat, humidity, dust and smoke from crop-burning in Southeast Asia would compete with the essential act of breathing. And then I set off on my first solo adventure to Vietnam and Cambodia which took care of …

All of February and …

Much of March.  Arriving back in Lagos mid-month, we sorted through two years worth of accumulated crap possessions, all the time thinking wistfully about our three years of full-time travel when we schlepped all our belongings in a suitcase and backpack. With the help of a Volkswagen-size van and two movers, we hauled our inelegantly improvised packing containers of garbage bags, baskets and salvaged boxes up and down the stairs of our apartment building and made the move to a lovely villa we’d found on the outskirts of our new town, Albufeira.

 

 

April and May were taken up with settling in and accumulating more stuff (time to relisten to George Carlin’s epic rant about “Stuff”) to increase our comfort level. Dare we mention we discovered the joys of IKEA? We also had several guests pass in and out of our new home (two extra guest rooms) during that time meaning there were lots more reasons to procrastinate rather than attend to our blog.

 

Seashore near Albufeira

And now … here we are in mid-June, half of 2018 gone by already, feeling like we’ve gotten a handle on our new home, a new lifestyle (co-housing) and getting to know and pick out our favorite places to grocery shop, wine-and-dine and enjoy the beaches. High season seems to start early in Central Portugal and avoiding crowds has taken priority. This year, we’d planned to stick close to home since that worked so well last summer. After all, if everyone else wants to be in Southern Portugal, maybe we should just hang out here too! Plans however have a way of changing as I’ll make a transatlantic flight at the end of June and again at the end of July to see our son in Denver and ferry our grandson back and forth so that we can introduce him to Portugal and break in his brand-spanking-new passport.

 

The countryside near our house

A little more about our new base which we’ll write about in our next post.  We’d known for months that our owners in Lagos wanted to reclaim their swanky apartment and put it up for sale, renting it out for short-term holiday lets until they got an offer. We’ve mentioned in previous posts that the Algarve rental market is tight; it can be difficult to find a year-around, one-to-two-bedroom apartment rental in the region now that Portugal has been discovered and is Europe’s new darling. Property managers and landlords make the most money out of the high season – June, July, August – and the shoulder seasons of May and September are becoming ever more popular. Blocks of holiday apartments sit empty for the rest of the year because the rent during the high season can exceed what a year around rental will bring in. Competition is fierce for an affordable rental in the Algarve between all the foreign residents who want to live here as well as the local Portuguese themselves. Like a lot of things that happen in life, sometimes you just need to wait for things to unfold, hope for some serendipity and, in our case anyway, do a little thinking outside the box.

Next Post: “Lagos We Love You but …” or “How the heck did we end up in Albufeira?”

By Anita Oliver and Richard Nash

 

Goodbye Lagos!

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  • Utterly happy you’re back, Anita! I loved reading your articles and I enjoy every new one. Albufeira seems very charming. I am looking forward to reading more about it!

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    • Thank you Lydia. We’re glad that you’ve enjoyed our posts and we look forward to getting back in the habit of writing on a regular schedule again. It’s terrific to be living once again in a house with a garden versus an apartment and we’re having a great time discovering the nearby beaches, quiet villages and finding more choices for shopping. Albufeira is going to be a good move!

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  • Lovely to read a new post from you again. Good luck with the new live in Albufeira, I like the surrounding area. When we lived in Portugal our summer holidays were always spent in nearby Vilamoura where my sister owns an apartment.
    Looking forward to reading your views on the area.

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    • Thanks so much for your lovely comment. It sounds like you’re quite familiar with the Albufeira area since it’s so close to beautiful Vilamoura. We’re enjoying exploring the city and nearby areas and are now engaged in a pursuit to find lesser touristed beaches as the holidayers descend. Living first on Padre Island off the coast of Texas and then in Lagos has kind of prepared us for the high-season hoards but Albufeira seems to be an even bigger challenge. We’ll have to see what our opinion of the Central Algarve is after this tourist season! 🙂

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  • Yay! There you are. We’ve missed you! But I know what you mean about life getting in the way of blogging. I try to do at least a post a month, but sometimes it just doesn’t happen.

    Sooo . . . looking forward to upcoming blogs about your trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, and more about your new home. Interesting that you mention Portugal has gotten discovered and that long-term rentals are getting harder to come by. We have been eyeing Portugal as a someday base of operations for Europe, but it won’t be for another 3-4 years. I wonder how things will be then?

    I think you know our friends Jere and Remi from Boquete, right? You’re probably aware that they recently moved to Castro Marim, up the coast from you.

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    • I’ve missed your posts too and figured that, like us, you’d gotten caught up with all sorts of new and continuing interests, travels and the more mundane things that can make a day go by so quickly. It’s worth a laugh now but we actually worried that we might get a little bored in retirement! 😁 Portugal is indeed a popular travel destination and, as we said, obtaining affordable rental housing year around is becoming more difficult in the Algarve and around the Lisbon area. And it’s not just Portugal as we’re hearing from friends who live/lived in Croatia, Spain and Greece that the tourism holiday rentals in their areas are producing a tight long term rental market also. That said, should you want to follow-up on checking out Portugal in a couple of years, let us know! And yes, we’ve met Remi several times and look forward to meeting Jere one of these days. I saw a few pics of their new place and “living the life” just about sums it up nicely!

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  • Nice to see you back Anita!
    Sounds EXACTLY like the rental market we had in Split. There’s something wrong with that isn’t there?
    By the way: I was speaking to my mom last night and your name came up. ANYTIME you want to visit San Miguel de Allende you’re welcome. She’d love to have you.

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    • Well thank you Frank! I remember your recent description of the rental situation/housing problem in Split and yes, it mirrors all of the Algarve and other popular areas of Portugal. I recently received a letter from a friend who lives in the Peloponnese area of Greece and she also said that there’s a huge inventory of summer houses for the tourists there with few year around rentals. For those of us who prefer to rent, and especially for the local people, it really is a growing crisis. I’ve heard that Lisbon has a proposal to limit holiday rentals to a strict percentage to address the problem but it seems like it might be difficult to enforce. P.S. Don’t think I haven’t thought of a visit to San Miguel de Allende and taking your mom up on her offer. One of these days, I’d love to visit that part of Mexico as we missed it when we were traveling around in 2013!

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  • Wow! You have returned! Such good news – both your re-entry and the move. Now, tell us we won’t have to wait for 6 months for the next post.

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  • Anita, if there’s one thing I know it’s that moving is a pain, whether across town, across country, or to the other side of the globe. But, it does force a serious look at one’s possessions, which is never a bad thing. I can relate to a blogging break, or at least in our case a considerable slow-down. After 7 years and 600 posts, a small hiatus helps recharge the batteries. And BTW, the photo of the coast with flowers is fabulous. I’m talking pro-quality, post card stuff. Best of luck in the new digs.~James

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    • Wow – 7 years and 600 posts is an amazing accomplishment! I’ve so enjoyed your posts over the years and your unique perspective that a lifetime of travel has given you. And thanks so much for your wonderful comment about the photo, James. Since I’m a huge fan of your great pics, your lovely compliment made my day! Like you, we’ve moved so many times over the years that we’ve always appreciated the chance to sort and shed as we go. However, it’s kind of surprising how fast we’re accumulating random pieces of furniture and the other comforts that go into making a house feel like home with this move. I think this time we might actually put down some roots and let them grow for awhile!

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  • Nice to have you back. Looking forward to hearing more about the new place.

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  • It is good to get a break from blogging, but I am glad you are back. I hope you will enjoy living in Albufeira as much as you did living in Lagos. Sounds like you have a busy summer planned out? Having family and friends visiting is always good fun. Accumulation of stuff often creeps up on us, but heyho it is important to feel comfortable in your home. I like Ikea and have many of their practical and modern furniture in my home. Looking forward to hear more about your new digs 🙂

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    • Thanks so much Gilda for your kind words. I think that Albufeira is going to be a good move for us and, as much as we loved Lagos, there seems to be a lot more to see and do right in the center of the Algarve. Or, we can stay right at home with our visiting friends and fam and try and avoid all the summer tourists! Since you just recently downsized, I know you’ll be able to identify right away with the accumulation part of living anywhere. It’s funny but even when we were traveling full-time, it seemed like we were always leaving a pile of stuff somewhere. P.S. Good to find another IKEA fan!

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  • I’m glad you’re back. I look forward to reading about your adventures in Albufeira.

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    • Thanks so much Donna! We’re having fun exploring more of the Central Algarve area. We hadn’t really realized until we moved here that each region of the Algarve, the west (where Lagos is), central and eastern areas each have a very distinct feel to them and the climate is slightly different too. Considering that it’s such a small region, there are a lot of things to fill up our days with!

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  • It’s so good to see you back Anita and congrats on the new digs. So wonderful that it is working out for the two of you. I think it is good to take a break from social media from time to time. I find myself doing the same right now as I settle into a hot summer in So. Cal while I work on getting my hand back to some normalcy. I look forward to hearing more about Albufeira.

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    • Thanks LuAnn. I know your summer is not quite what you’d pictured but I’m so glad that there’s a good prognosis on getting your hand working like it’s supposed to. Who would have thought that a seemingly insignificant injury would prove to be so much trouble? And the treatment doesn’t sound like much fun either. However, I’m so glad it didn’t stop you from getting the most out of your recent trip to Patagonia which sounds unbelievable. (Ah, the joys of living vicariously!) Stay cool and I’ll be wishing you a speedy recovery!

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  • Welcome back you guys! Great to read you and hear about your first half of 2018. We could all save a lot of time by just condensing six months into one post like you just did! Haha. Best of luck with your new place and can’t wait to see more photos. We still may swing by one of these days!!

    xoxo
    Peta

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    • Six months recapped in just a few short paragraphs. It really is unbelievable how fast time seems to go by but I hear that’s a sign that you’re getting old. 🙂 I have so many photos to sort through still of my time in Vietnam and Cambodia and I’m still sorting through my reactions and feelings as well about the two countries. Vietnam especially, has a piece of my heart but both countries touched me in a way I hadn’t expected. Thanks for sharing your tips about the special places you loved in Vietnam. As for ‘swinging by,’ consider yourselves welcome anytime!

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  • All the best for your new home. Looking forward to hearing about your favourite spots in Albufeira and how successful you are at avoiding the crowds.

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    • Thanks Julie. We have a few restaurants and beaches nearby that have become favorites but there are many left to see – a goal that will take some time (maybe years) to accomplish! As for avoiding the crowds – it seems there was a sharp surge in tourists Easter weekend and they only get more numerous each week. Lagos was incredibly busy but Albufeira has it beat, I fear. Luckily we’re on the outskirts of town and can do our shopping around the area and elsewhere and avoid the heart of the historic town altogether unless we’re showing it off. 🙂 And it looks like trips to the grocery store early in the day and on weekdays only seem to be the best bet! If and when you get down to the Algarve again, make sure to give a shout. I’d love to meet you IRL! P.S. I love your new guide, Best Algarve Accommodation & Locations. I’ve got it bookmarked and Pinterested!

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  • So good to get some news. Looking forward to more about your SE Asia trip, and your new home. If you have time! Sounds like busy times coming up. We too got sucked into the Ikea web – because they have everything including good prices.
    Alison

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    • Vietnam and Cambodia were fascinating and the perfect places to spread my wings for a solo journey. I found SE Asia so amazing and I’m dreaming about future travels to some its other countries now. We’ll have to compare our thoughts about traveling alone since you also recently completed your first solo travels. It’s good to know I can travel by myself and have an enjoyable experience as well as meet people but it was certainly a different experience than if Richard had been with me.
      I remember your post about picking out the furnishings for your Vancouver apartment and sharing your fun in selecting everyday objects after traveling full-time for so many years. It’s wonderful to have a ‘nest’ to call your own and the many comforts of home!

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  • MEBE in Medellin

    So good to see you emerge from that country called the hiber-nation. As always, great info on Portugal, and other stuff. Keep us posted, and more pix please!

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    • Thanks so much By and Mariah. We have lots to write about so there’s no dearth of topics, just time. 😁 Life in Portugal remains fun and fascinating and, if we ever run out topics, we have tons of pics too plus our other travels. I’m sure you’ll agree, in your newly adopted country of Colombia, that life as an expat always offers something new!

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  • Welcome back! You made a good move. I stayed in Albufeira a few years back and liked the town and the beach. Look forward to reading your updates whenever you feel like writing.

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    • Thanks Natalie! Although we didn’t want to leave Lagos, we have to admit that the move to the Central Algarve and Albufeira has proven to be a great choice. The historic part of the town is charming (although the summer tourists are starting to overrun it already) and it seems as though there are endless beaches to discover. We know already that it’s going to be a wonderful place to live and that we’ll have fun finding places to call our favorites.

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  • I have been wondering about you guys and glad you haven’t fallen off the edge of the earth! Congrats on your new place. It sounds beautiful. I hope we’ll get to read about your SE Asia experience (if and when you feel like it). Don’t beat yourself up about not posting.

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    • I have so much to write about SE Asia and it’s taken months to ‘process’ the experience . The solo traveling was a wonderful success and oh, both Vietnam and Cambodia gripped me in different ways and still haven’t let go. Thanks so much Caroline for your travel advice and for sharing your Cambodian experiences. They whetted my appetite beforehand and helped prepare me for the whole temple experience in Siem Reap. Eventually I’ll get around to writing about it but I’m sure you’ll agree that there are places that far surpass their descriptions!

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  • As a fellow travel blogger, g-knows I can relate to how blindingly swiftly the weeks can fly by w/o hitting “publish”. But as we’ve chatted via pm – it’s OUR blog/life after all, and “if it ain’t fun [we] don’t do it!”, yes?

    But glad to see you’ve hopped back on the “bicycle” and can’t wait to read about your new digs (and co-housing), as well as the details of your solo romp through my favorite country in Asia (Vietnam).

    In short: Welcome back, my dear! (to the love/hate world of digital story-telling)

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    • You’re right about the love/hate relationship and, while we were absent from actively contributing to the blog-o-sphere, we were still polishing our writing skills through letters and back-and-forthing with our favorite travelers. 🙂 I know you’ll understand when I say I’ve got hundreds of photos to go through from my time in Vietnam and Cambodia and so many stories to tell that it’s hard to know where to start. But what a feeling of satisfaction there is when we hit the “publish” icon when the story is written!

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  • Oooh..you got sucked into the Ikea web 🙂 . In Valencia, they have a free dedicated Ikea bus. I have been staying free of it so far, but stuff certainly does accumulate as we discovered on our recent move. It is like riding a bike isn’t it? I totally get what you say about not wanting to write, especially when life happens. Looking forward to reading about the new place. Welcome back! 🙂

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    • Thanks Kemi! I’m cracking up at the idea of a free IKEA bus for dedicated shoppers. But the store is just perfect for us and only 30 km down the road. 😁 One of the big changes we’ve made as shoppers now compared to our previous life is that our purchases are all about making our home more comfortable in the here and now rather than looking at long term quality or attachments to the stuff. We remember how hard it is to get rid of it!! And now we have an office set up with our own desks and comfy office chairs just beckoning to us to get to on with writing … But yeah, there is that little matter of all the other things in life that compete with our time. 🙂 (P.S. And what a luxury not to have to worry about work as part of the equation!)

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  • thank you for yr news. it’s always a pleasure to read yr blogs. hope you will like yr “new” life in albufeira. all the best!

    saludos from porto, portugal

    gisela

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    • Thank you Gisela for your lovely comment. It’s so awesome to know that what we write provides some enjoyment for others and (one of our favorite things) it’s a great way to meet new online friends. We’ll have to let you know when we visit Porto and maybe we can meet for a cup of coffee and compare your beautiful area with ours. Life is good in Portugal!

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  • Great to read your post. I empathize with you about procrastinating on writing. I do it all the time. Sometimes I’d rather clean my condo than write! You travels and new place sound wonderful. Can’t wait to read more. I’m pretty sure I drove through Albufeira but that trip was a bit of a whirlwind. We’ll meet up one day!

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    • I was so bummed to miss you during your trip to the Algarve this winter but yes! I have no doubt that our paths will cross either here or in your beloved France. It sounds like you do understand procrastination. When I was a pharmacy student, I used to joke that you could tell how well my studies were going by how clean my house was. 😁 Hopefully, now that we’ve taken a break, we’ll get keep our motivation going and maintain the schedule. It feels good to be back!

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  • Glad to hear you’re doing well, and so grateful you two took the time to meet and share your traveling knowledge with us. Mary Pat and I have committed to using Mexico as our base for the rest of this year and next. We are so enjoying the traveling expat life. We are planning an extended trip back Europe for 2020 which will of course include the Algarve. Hope to see you then.

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    • We had a great time exploring the Yucatan area and other parts of Southern Mexico and are so glad you’re enjoying both the country and the traveling life. The lifestyle’s not for everyone but I’ll bet you’ll agree that it’s an amazing experience and a great way to kickstart the retirement years! We loved the challenges of each new destination, the chance to break old habits and attitudes that we’d carried with us and the fact that, because so much of our life was subject to the travel gods, we could (big lesson for us as major control addicts) just.let.go! It was fun to meet you and Mary Pat last fall and we’ll look forward to your return to the Algarve in 2020. We’ll be here! 😁

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  • A big welcome back. Almost every year, I take a break from blogging, just to remind myself that I can. But it will be such fun to read about your new place and neighborhood – can’t wait for the next post, even if it takes another 6 months, I’ll be here to enjoy it when it comes 😉

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  • Becky and Larry St.Clair

    So glad you’re writing again! Loved your article and can’t wait to read about your Asia trip. I had to chuckle about your comment about “stuff” as we struggle to decide what to bring with us to Portugal. Looking forward to seeing you soon!

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    • Thanks Becky and Larry. Once I got the first sentence out, it was kind of like riding a bike. I definitely have lots to write about SEA and coincidentally, bikes figured rather prominently in some of my experiences. I imagine at this stage in your preparations to move to Portugal, deciding what “stuff” to bring with you is high on your priority list. Rest assured, just about everything you want (and more) can be bought here and if we can’t tell you where, our friends can. P.S. On my list of things to buy when I go to Denver are: Levi jeans for Richard (too expensive here), Sonicare toothbrush heads and manila file folders. Does that help a bit? 🙂

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  • Can’t wait for the SE Asia stories!

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    • There are so many stories that I’m not quite sure where to start but it will be fun to go through the photos and think about what to write. 🙂 We’ve always found SE Asia fascinating and my recent visit to Vietnam and Cambodia surpassed my expectations. I’m sure that Richard was a little dismayed when I announced, before I’d even unpacked my suitcase, that I was already planning a return visit!

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  • “Like a lot of things that happen in life, sometimes you just need to wait for things to unfold, hope for some serendipity and, in our case anyway, do a little thinking outside the box.”

    Oh boy don’t we know it?! 🙂

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  • Hi Nita and Dick, good to hear the move went well. So awesome that your grandson will have international travel under his belt. US kids don’t travel enough in my opinion. I took my first trip to Europe when I graduated high school and the travel bug bit me way back then. It’s such an amazing world and so good to explore. I owe you an email and will do that! Enjoy your new home. Would love to hear more about the. Ietnam/Cambodia trip and how the solo travel went. Have fun in Albufeira e plowing new digs. Cheers and hugs to you both.
    Xox
    Suzi

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    • Hey Suzi! No worries about owing an email as we really ‘get’ how that goes. 🙂 I was thinking about you a few days ago as we ran into a couple who have recently moved from Casco Viejo in Panama City to a small village near us. We are so excited to show some of Portugal to our grandson and friends have been proposing all sorts of things from exploring castle ruins and the beaches to going to a car race in a nearby autodrome. It will be fun to see our adopted country through his eyes and we agree with you – US kids don’t travel much. In fact, if more people in our native country ventured forth, a lot of the nativism, “me first” attitudes and emphasis on MAGA wouldn’t exist. America is great but it includes a lot more countries than just the US. 🙂

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  • Missed you!!

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  • Welcome back! I have missed you. Of course, I haven’t blogged much recently due to different reasons. We are soon to become nomads again. We are too old to go through a revolution. If the National Police don’t kill us, the stress will. So, I can empathize with your packing, sorting, and moving. Funny thing about how we moved to Nicaragua with 7 trunks, and throughout the years have accumulated so much junk. We are wildly and happily giving away our possessions and hope to leave with two suitcases. We don’t know where we will go, but maybe we will go to Portugal for a visit. It has been 17 years since we last visited Portugal. My how time flies.

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    • Oh Debbie, we’ve been thinking about you and Ron and have been so sad to read about what’s happening in Nicaragua. I can definitely understand your feelings about being “too old to go through a revolution” but I know that the decision to leave your home on Ometepe and the many friends you’ve made over the years has been difficult. There is, however, a certain glee in giving away your possessions isn’t there? It must warm your heart to give your things to friends and others in your community who will value them so much more because of the vast distance between meeting basic needs and having extra money for the small luxuries. We’ll be looking forward to hearing about what’s next and for sure, come to Portugal! (Consider this an open invite. 🙂) You’ll find that much hasn’t changed in the years since you were last here and there’s a certain joy in feeling like you’ve stepped back into a simpler time.

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  • I’m thrilled to hear from you all! I thought it was either a case of lack of interest in keeping up with the blog (as frequently happens) or bad health. I’m glad that it was just acute, tiny bit of both rather than chronic cases.

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  • So wonderful to hear from you. Couldn’t wait to hear your next blog! Best wishes!
    Katherine

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  • Albufeira looks like a beautiful town. I am looking forward to hearing about your new place. Best wishes!

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    • Thanks Glenn! We’ll definitely be talking about Albufeira in future posts. Old town Albufeira is very charming with cobblestone streets and lovely buildings. The big draw for the tourists (and us too!) are the many beaches in the area boasting a “Blue Flag” rating which is a European award for cleanliness and safety. The cliffs along the Atlantic are stunning and learning about the Central Algarve Region has and will be fascinating. We’re looking forward to sharing what we learn and see. 🙂

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  • Maida Berenblatt

    Absolutely delighted to hear from you. I was planning to post an international missing persons bulletin. Glad that you are upgrading your lifestyle to suit your taste. Have you been receiving the news about the unrest in Nicaragua? So sad as the school was doing so well. I am having a quiet summer, not by choice, but is is my favorite season. My twin granddaughters are off to college in a month. We had. Girlfriend weekends together.Visiting their college towns will be fun.
    Wonderful that you remember your “ fan friends “.
    Love
    Maida

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    • Laughing at the thought of the missing persons bulletin! We have been following the news in Nicaragua closely and are just sick about what’s happening. The news changes from day to day and from each person’s perspective but it’s so terribly sad and it’s hard to guess what will happen next. So glad to hear your news too Maida and we hope you are keeping well. Stay cool this summer – it sounds like it’ll be another hot one in your area!

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