You can also hear our songs following this link.
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If you have some pictures from Portugal you would like to post here, please make them gif or jpg, no more than 8K and send them to me, along with a comment.
You can also share your experiences in Portugal with us, the Erasmus students from the braganca 2000 team. Our email list is here.
As I said, there are many reasons to go to Portugal, and one of them is to study. If you would like to see what Erasmus students can do in Portugal, just take a look at the following pictures, and remember that it was impossible to publish all the aspects :) ... and sorry for the quality, but I had to think about resources...
First things, first. So you get there and then what do you do ?
If you are not a normal-party lover, you can just think of something else for the essence of the party, like a football game in the kitchen. Lucky us that we had this large one.
Do not dare to think that the girls are not made for this kind of sport, because you will be very wrong.
When you think that the reasons to party are almost over, you can move the entire business outdoors. Just party anywhere. We chose a castle, because it was more interesting.
You should also think about having some specific party, like the Baltic one we had, right in Braganca, Portugal. Nice, isn't it ?
After this, you've got to get together, I mean the Erasmus students, and make a list, like a duty-list... You have to do it, because otherwise noone is going to take the garbage out, mob the floor and stuff.
Now you're able to get on with that travelling... taking pictures, having fun, building some memories that will never die.
If you go to Porto, you can't miss the Ribeira. It's ... spectacular, as the portugueses say.
Now you're ready for the Port Wine. Hmmmm. Delicious. You can visit the cellars in Porto and at the end of the visit you should taste it, right there.
You should take time to learn some things about the portuguese culture. It is more than interesting.
You could say that a romantic walk along the Ribeira won't hurt anybody, but do it, and then you can tell me.
Some shopping would be nice, especially if you have the pleasure to go in such a nice place like this one.
You can travel by train and you can get a spectacular view on the way to Braga, from Porto.
It is very nice when travelling you get to meet with other Erasmus students. This picture was taken late in the night, or better said, early in the morning in a Bus stop.
Don't forget to meet portuguese students. They are wonderful, especially when you go to jantar(festive dinner) with them. If you also got a guitar, expect a great party.
Fun can be recording some songs ( not too polite ones...) and then play and sing at the parties. You can find some of these songs on the Internet following this link.
You can also try the paint ball that can sometimes turn into pain ball or balls...Try to be friendly with the locals, don't shoot them too much, at last you are just a guest...