Lusitanos or how to stay in a saddle

I developed a deep love for horses since I can remember. However, I started riding only when I was 16 and have been riding ever since. With some breaks, but always coming back. My first horse back in Russia was a tempered, but very sweet lady named Potekha: When I moved to Portugal, my dream … Continue reading Lusitanos or how to stay in a saddle

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The grapes harvest or Vindimas. An experience of a lifetime

  I still remember my first time at Vindimas (this is how the grapes' harvest in Portugal is called). It was such an amazing time full of laughs, singing, picking and treading grapes and, of course, the famous grilled pork with the family of estate owners. I am not going to repeat myself as I've … Continue reading The grapes harvest or Vindimas. An experience of a lifetime

Algarve – Vila do Bispo

I know there are not so many Portuguese people who know this place, not even talking about foreigners. I was brought here for work, that's why I got to know this small village or town. Well, I have to admit that you can see the whole town from the top of the hill, which is … Continue reading Algarve – Vila do Bispo

Passadiços do Paiva – the way to walk

Sometimes it's so worth it to wake up at 7:00 am on Sunday in Portugal... Today was that day. We were planning to go hiking in Passadiços do Paiva and agreed to meet with the group of local Portuguese friends at 8:30 am. Well, everybody is always late in Portugal, so we are sitting in … Continue reading Passadiços do Paiva – the way to walk