More, more, more! Are you sick of our Portugal posts yet? As you probably know, we go there a lot to ‘get away’ when we’re in Seville. This post is just a little ditty from when we visited our friends, Anja and Paul, earlier this spring. Just some picture sharing and whatnot.
You can check out our more in-depth Portugal posts right here when you’re done.
Anja and Paul live in the countryside near the village of Odiáxere, and we often like to stay there to spend time hanging out with them. They also take in old and/or rescue dogs, so there are all kinds of little guys and gals hanging around.
Sometimes, when Louis finally decides he needs to chill – or he just wears himself out from anxiety – he gets in on the action as well. Although, you can totally see the stress in his eyes.
Meet Paul and Anja, in case you haven’t seen them in other posts. Love these two (and all their dogs)!
We also had to get up on some delicious food in the area, and Squad Goal #1 was to hit up O Marcelino, the best chicken spot in the region.
Another great place to eat nearby is O Caseiro, which we also tend to go to whenever we’re around.
Hungry yet? Full yet?
While we spent 99% of our time hanging out this time and doing nothing of great value to you, Mr. and Ms. Reader, we still left the house now and then.
The weather was rather garbage in the middle of spring – it’s totally hit or miss here at that time – but Ang and I went down to one of the many beautiful and amazing beaches in Lagos to shoot a few beer pictures for our friends at Cervezas Mieo Loco.
We took Louis with us as well, just to make him get out of the house and act like a dog who cares every once in a while. Ha.
We also stopped in central Lagos one evening to have dinner with Anja and Paul at the delicious Cantinho Algarvio.
And that’s about it! Just a short visit to hang out with friends and relax a bit. You can check out all of our Portugal posts right here.
A very special and very big thanks to all the fine folks in Lagos, Odiáxere, and the Algarve, and big hugs and thanks to Anja and Paul!
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