Close your eyes and imagine what a sleepy little town would look like. Give yourself ten seconds, then open your eyes.
OK, got a clear picture in your head? I’m sure when you were thinking about the sleepy little town, it’d probably looked something like this:
A gradient sky, a gentle and calm atmosphere, where people are a few and the ripples glide through the water like a kid riding on a slide.
This is Faro, the capital of Southern Portugal’s Algarve region. I first heard about this place when an ex colleague of mine had parents who lived there, and that he would occasionally go back to visit his family. I had never been to Portugal before, but Faro’s proximity to the seaside captivated me. For those who have been following my blog posts, you know that I have an affinity towards coastal cities. Continue reading A Sleepy Little Town Called Faro, Sorry!