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18 April 2019


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"Even if you do not speak the language of the host..." C'est vrai!

One of the lessons I learned on my first trip to the Azores -- with only a couple years of rather shaky Brazilian(!) Portuguese under my belt -- was that it was still possible to communicate well with show-and-tell, some strategic pointing, smiling, and especially showing people photos I'd taken thus far on the trip. With those skills, plus a few words of Portuguese by me and a few words of English by them, we managed remarkably well, and some of those people and I are still friends almost 17 years (and several more Azores trips) later!

That tarte looks very interesting. I bet it was great! What a wonderful experience to visit people's homes.

How about a recipe please 😘😊

Yes recipe please❤️

Ahhh! My heart how I would love this. That tart looks amazing. Yes, recipe please!

This is very very special.
Do you know what I love best? The rows of trees :)

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