Portugal Wales Live EM 2016 in Frankreich – EURO 2016
Portugal gegen Wales Live-Ticker (und kostenlos Übertragung Video Live-Stream sehen im Internet) startet am Nov. um (UTC Zeitzone), in Int. Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel Portugal - Wales - kicker. Portugal lauert jetzt auf Kontermöglichkeiten. Kurzer Blick auf unsere LIVE!-. LiveRonaldo führt Portugal ins Finale. Portugal - Wales Nach einem Doppelschlag mit zwei Treffern innerhalb von vier Minuten der zweiten Halbzeit steht. Portugal und das Überraschungsteam Wales machen heute in Lyon den ersten EM-Finalisten unter sich aus. Verfolgen Sie das Spiel in. Cristiano Ronaldo dreht nur ein paar Minuten lang auf, aber es reicht. Im ersten Halbfinale der EM in Frankreich besiegt Portugal Wales.
Portugal und das Überraschungsteam Wales machen heute in Lyon den ersten EM-Finalisten unter sich aus. Verfolgen Sie das Spiel in. Cristiano Ronaldo dreht nur ein paar Minuten lang auf, aber es reicht. Im ersten Halbfinale der EM in Frankreich besiegt Portugal Wales. Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel Portugal - Wales - kicker. Portugal lauert jetzt auf Kontermöglichkeiten. Kurzer Blick auf unsere LIVE!-.
I see more life is inefficient to do something. In Madeira bus stops are horrible designed. Seems like government here just give the leftover to people and steal money.
I have a company in the United States. I was thinking expanding on Europe starting in Portugal because I have relatives here.
I just quit the idea. I will go to Germany or uk instead. Now i understand no investment in Portugal.
Great information; my wife and I are talking about retiring in Portugal. No real time table established yet.
Sounds like a lot of research needs to take place as you would expect. Definitely a good idea to do your research.
Hello , i just came across this site and been reading all comments, im from BC , been really thinking of moving to Portugal and im in the Hair and Fashion industry, any advice about opening a salon or working in one would help, i have never been to Portugal so need advice on which areas would be good, thanks!
If you did move to Portugal, what are you looking for? Come here in winter, rent a house away from tourist areas, and rent a car.
Both cars and property are cheap to rent in the winter but very expensive in the tourist season. If you are thinking about the Algarve I would look east of Faro and anywhere almost up to the Spanish border.
Here you will find a less touristy and more laid back Portugal. Hai there! It s that bad. Since then so much has changed….
And I do speak the language. What happened to you guys!? There is so much going for you, if you were only able to understand. And I am so very sorry.
Cheap is the meat. The area of Coimbra and Viseu is indeed very cheap. Sounds like another godless country with no real Christian standards, honesty, integrity, etc and therefore a no-can-do attitude and depressive people.
Govt corruption will get worse. Will never leave third world status. Hi Everyone, I have actually never left a comment anywhere online before, so here is a first.
The article really resonated with me. I found every point accurate. I will be running my own Paint Nights in Algarve business and am definitely feeling some intimidation and discouragement.
I could go on and on, but just wanted to say thank you for the post, helped validate my own observations and lighten my soul.
Maria, did you move there alone? We just moved to Portugal and I enjoyed reading your post. I was born and raised in Toronto and have always admired immigrants with respect to how brave they were to leave their comforts language, culture..
All the best of luck in your adventures. Most graduates want to leave wages, job opportunities, lack of connections. If you have alot of money and come from another wealthier country it may or may not be to your liking.
Definitely not somewhere to become a self made success. Good luck to those with the courage to come here.
Make sure you keep something back home, alot of people end up not being able to leave because they left no anchor in their home countries.
Has anyone herein considered Bucharest? My wife Donna, and I live in Mississauga and are contemplating our retirement.
We are planning to visit Portugal for a month. What drew my attention to your story is your desire to be in a more english speaking community.
That is our desire as well. I am willing to learn Portuguese, but to be fair, I am not a quick learner.
How has your experience changed in the year that you have been there? Is the language still an issue? Hi there.
Thanks for all the insider info. After 15 years living and working in the Bahamas, we are ready for retirement return to Europe.
Having the Dutch nationality and experienced the Caribbean mentality we will probably not be shocked by the cons of moving to Portugal.
How is the winter climate in the area around Porto? Central heating is rare here, but you can get it and I imagine that it would solve the problem.
Alternatively, there are lots of different stoves that do quite a good job. Is there a sight or a section where expats can look up vendors to use or avoid?
I have been taken for a terrible ride by a construction company called Artys and want to be sure that no one else falls into that money pit.
I love Lisbon but have learned many things the hard way- and also been pleasantly surprised. Perhaps we can all help one another and continue to build community as you have kindly helped to do!
Great info. Moving to Porto from the US at the end of the year. Although, currently living in Los Angeles, it sort of feels the same way.
Most people end up doing construction to their homes on the weekends, here, to avoid getting asked about permits. The city makes it extremely difficult and the costs for permits is sometimes more expensive than the construction, itself.
I am surprised to read about the dog poop thing. I wonder if this is part of why, haha. Luckily, I always pick up after mine!
Bureaucracy is definitely an issue. In another language that gets even more difficult. Things just tend to stall. I guess you guys have more expensive fuel than the rest of the US.
I would very much like to speak with you. Not sure how this forum works but would be great if you read this and get in contact.
Pleased to meet you, and hope the move to Portugal goes well. I live in Los Angeles and I know what you mean in regards to gasoline here in comparison with the other states, it ridiculous.
Had to go through 3 meetings with Camara Municipal to change kitchen floor and shower stall in my Lisbon apartment — and was still told that I needed to file a request online and it would take a year to get a permit…..
Frustrating, but also understandable. I think this dual pricing for foreigners and locals is common in a lot of countries. You forget dog poop all o ver the floor and vandalism grafite covering even train Windows.
I also do not agree in the Language matter. Chinese is easier than portuguese. At least to learn to speak. Definitely dog poop is a problem, although that seems to be common throughout a lot of Europe.
Graffiti does seem to be unique to Portugal though. Non-Western languages like Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, etc. I lived in Uruguay for three years and your 14 points are almost identical descriptions of that country.
While seeing the list prior to moving would not have kept me from relocating, my frustration level could have been reduced by a realistic understanding of what to expect!
Every expat, and especially potential expats, should see these points. Great list…thanks! Justice courts is another thing. Too slow, to easy to appeal.
Basically it is a blocking point of economy. Hi James, thank-you so much for sharing your experience. Stay well. Lol, I guess you could call then all First World Problems!
Sure do miss Cape Town. Zane, totally agree with you! Once you live in South Africa, you definitely learn to do your best with what you got in any situation…and Africa time is different too, so Portugal should be a smooth transition he he.
Coming to Portugal is a real shock coming from 11 years in Switzerland which punches well above its weight and has a can do attitude like the USA.
Portugal however I have found has a very stratified social culture that is more like the Middle ages… The Aristocrats, the civil servants, the trades people and the serfs.
Most portuguese refuse to take an active involvement in government, unlike Switzerland where people feel they are the Government. I live in Cascais, outside the city the land is poor for farming, in germany you would see millions of solar panels with days of sunshine here thats a lot of electrical generation, but what do the portuguese do sell the electrical grid to the chinese how smart is that.
You have a paradox of a Socialist Government but the real power resembles the south korean Chobo system where most of the GDP is concentrated in wealthy family business, often people dating back to the old aristocracy.
A nurse with sub speciality training makes euro monthly, A pharmacist never more than Old People in lisbon last year were dying from the cold but you had to read about it in the Spanish newspapers.
I suspect a lot of this passivity is left over from the dictatorship and some will argue there never was one!
If this were France it would be man the barricades but in Portugal its man the football stadiums.
I have found in this world its not what you ask for its what you demand. Portugal is a kind of pseudo social democracy. I have been visiting Portugal for 10 years to visit my prima who moved there 14 years ago.
From my experience and learning through her all of your downsides are very accurate and reasonable.
Beaurocracy being the most difficult and nearly enough to just walk away from the country entirely! Leaving for Tavira again tomorrow, so looking forward to being back.
Bureaucracy, Janine. James Cave Hi, I'm James. I'm the main writer at Portugalist, and the guy who set it up. I started Portugalist because I felt there was a real lack of good quality information about Portugal and I wanted to change that.
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Richie and Elena Reply. Thanks for sharing, Sue! San Reply. Regards Kirsten Reply. Leah Reply. Hi Leah, In terms of schools, there are both Portuguese and international schools and, like everywhere else, they vary in quality.
Jon Reply. This is true. Chiropractors are always popular in the Algarve. Obrigado Reply. Hi James This information here is really spot on!
Anglos are obcessed with mold, why is that? Rowena Reply. Hi James, Thank you for the very detailed article.
What advice can you give us and what can we expect? Thank you Reply. Hi Jody, No, not unusually. Twelve years of reality not fuzzy impression.
Most people do not want to speak about it though being afraid of something… Reply. Hello you nasty minded quarter wit I am not English.
I am with you on everything you say…… i live in the centre of Portugal for a long time now and it is totally controlled by the mafia, cannot get anything done, start to try and make money and they shut you down, i have just woken up these last few weeks i thought it was me but its not….
ALL: Please feel free to offer up a reply string on this post. Good morning Don R S Holding a discussion, or better, with someone with social awareness and intelligent application would indeed be a most welcome change.
Having devoted three hours minimum, on three separate occasions, to achieve nothing, plagued by a crowd of loud critics and vociferous complainants, broken dangerous seating, broken refreshment machines and bureaucratic neglect, I wrote a letter to the irresponsible manager, with a copy to questionably motivated Costa the Prime Monster I have been subsequently accused of throwing chairs and assaulting the four liars who intimidated my wife and I when we asked for non racial assistance, and asked why we were being denied our lawful rights.
For some reason, all Portuguese speakers suffer from this misconception. What about the women? This is true but i guess i hadnt thought of it.
Marques Reply. I would love to talk to you Reply. Hi Jon, What can you tell me about living there and working as a chiropractor quiropraxista in say, Porto!?
Well here too in Los Angeles, but looking more towards next year or year after. Sweat dreemz!
Healthcare in Portugal is a joke, especially the dentists. Stay away from Portuguese dentists. My friend who is Portuguese and lives in Cascais Lisbon.
It deserves a mention. Hi Mary, Thanks for commenting. Well done Reply. Hi Russ, Take a look at this article. Hi Samuel, Hopefully someone will have an answer to this.
James, great article! My wife and I are moving to Cascais next year. Hi Philip, Great comment and yes, I agree, a place is what you make of it.
There are definitely a lot of opportunities to contribute. Also — yes, there are loads of Facebook groups for English speakers in Portugal e.
Love your reply! Best wishes to you Reply. Keep me posted on the big move, and feel free to ask anymore questions.
Shannon Reply. Thanks for the info Reply. Now i understand no investment in Portugal Reply. Thanks again.. Hi Joe, Definitely a good idea to do your research.
Yes, do a lot of research but the best research you can do is by living here. Hi Maria, Thanks for commenting! Integration is definitely difficult, and it takes time.
Hi Maria We just moved to Portugal and I enjoyed reading your post. Sandy Reply. Hi Maria, i liked the lighten my soul, i have been here a long time and agree with all what your saying, where to go next and get out of this hell hole….
Thanks, Gerry Reply. Ola friends and thank you for putting this resource together Is there a sight or a section where expats can look up vendors to use or avoid?
Best of luck everyone! Nirit Reply. Although both archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira have a subtropical climate, there are significant differences between them.
While the Azores experiences more rain and slightly lower temperatures, Madeira is sunnier and has a very constant temperature all year round.
Most of the country's 10 million inhabitants are Roman Catholics. Funchal and Ponta Delgada are the capitals of the autonomous regions of Madeira and the Azores, respectively.
Besides being known as one of the warmest and most pleasant countries in Europe, Portugal is widely recognised for its beaches, beautiful natural landscapes, delicious cuisine, as well as its rich cultural and religious heritage.
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