Just got back from my 5 days family vacations!
After participating with Missoula Children's Theatre as a piano accompanist for the Hansel and Gretel play at the NATO base, which was awesome, here's another extensive sequence of photos to sum up these last weeks...

At the local indian restaurant with Teddy <3
Rehearsal's day!
Visiting the King D. Carlos' Park and Gardens at Caldas da Rainha
And the abandoned mansion/pavillion of the Queen D. Leonor at the Park...

A tiny pagoda at the Buddha Eden garden!
A welcoming Buddha.
Looking Back - Zadok Ben-David (2005)
Our beautiful tiles on Óbidos city gate.
A great bookstore and bio-market around Óbidos.
Street details...
Good morning!
The beach in Salir do Porto.
And up we go!...
...It's worth it :)
That's how we roll at São Martinho do Porto.
Crafts, antiques and art objects upon arriving to Alcobaça.
The Monastery of Alcobaça, at last!
Details II...


D. Pedro's tomb...
And his forbidden love, D. Inês de Castro, Queen of Portugal after being executed.

Fatty time at the Pastelaria Alcôa, winner of the best Pastel de Nata of this year.
Details III...
Ruins of a lost castle in Alcobaça...
The Monastery seen from the belvedere.
Chilling at Nazaré again!
The local legend, where D. Fuas Roupinho was saved by his horse/the Lady of Nazareth.
The Lady of Nazareth's Church.
Going to the McNamara's waves viewpoint!
The Fort of St. Michael, the Archangel.
Untitled - Adália Alberto
The cliff where the Legend took place.
No waves that day...
The famous little lighthouse of the Fort.
The last day at the beach with my typical Alcobaça bag.
A final goodbye to the family vacations on the Salir do Porto's belvedere.