Ericeira

What’s in common between Ericeira and Nazaré is the sport of surfing. Ericeira is home to Portugal’s first and largest surfing club, while Nazaré is known for its high breaking waves due to the underwater canyon.

But…that’s not why we stopped at Ericeira on our May Day road trip to Nazaré.

We were here because there’s a California Tacos place my friend’s been wanting to try.

Yes, you heard that right. Even though Lisbon is a big city and tacos are not rare on the menu, good tacos are hard to come by in the Portuguese capital. So with a certain Californian in company, we grabbed a table at this restaurant.

How were the tacos?

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Lunch at Alma, Lisbon

Yesterday I found out that I had a new appointment date at the SEF for my residence card in Portugal. Due to the lockdowns, all the appointments since the beginning of the year were postponed up until Monday April 19th, when the office reopened. To celebrate this – because nowadays any good news warrants a celebration – I booked a lunch at Alma, a Michelin two-star restaurant in Lisbon, three years in a row.

Alma means soul in portuguese.

Below are my experience:

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Dublin in June

June 8th kicks off the phase two of Ireland reopening, and with that, we were able to travel anywhere within the county. This has opened up several hiking opportunities.

Howth

We couldn’t wait to get back to Howth, so that’s what we did on our first weekend after June 8th.

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