Hamish Elton visits Portugal
Hamish Elton visits Portugal on one of his many overseas junkets, he is a member of the worldwide Entrepreneurs Organisation, whose goal is “to provide learning and networking opportunities for its members”. If you would like more information just follow THIS LINK.
Nobody I know travels more than Hamish does, he is a director of a company called HealthCert who train doctors in Australia & overseas on the treatment of skin cancer. Hamish is based in Thailand & travels to Australia several times a year to assist with HealthCert seminars.
Hamish is the selfie king.
No male in the northern hemisphere takes more selfies than Hamish, if you want proof just follow THIS LINK.
Having a beer with Rodrigo Koxa, world record holder, largest wave ever surfed at the famous Nazare break in Portugal.
Have a look at this wave.
Rodrigo ‘Koxa’ Augusto do Espírito Santo is a Brazilian professional big wave surfer and extreme water-man who broke the world record for largest wave ever surfed at Nazaré, Portugal, in November 8, 2017.
Time to check out some food.
Fabulous restaurants & delicatessens
Bar Terraco de Santa Luzia
TripAdvisor rating of #1,798 of 4,476 Restaurants in Lisbon.
Restaurant Row Lisbon
You gotta love the terracotta roof.
OK, now I see them.
Here are Hamish’s comments on Lisbon.
“First impression of Lisbon was the Taxi from the airport to my hotel in the city centre. The airport is very close the city – it was about a 15 minute drive, and there was no traffic at midday on a Sunday. First thing you notice is the lack of high rise buildings. There is still some 10-15 story buildings so it’s not a flat city like Vientiane but nothing much taller. Certainly not that you would call “high-rise”.
In the old city there is nothing more than about 6 stories tall – and most of those have rooftop bars.
This is the view from the number one rated rooftop bar at the Hotel Mundial.
Make sure you take time to explore the Alfama district which is an old part of the city set on a steep hill leading up from the riverside with a lot of hidden small shops, restaurants and bars.”
“The old city is quite compact and you can walk to most places, however there are now many Tuk-Tuks available to run your from place to place – as it is quite hilly. Don’t worry – the Tuk-tuks are all electrics so there is none of the noise or small you get form the ones in Bangkok. IT’s a great idea and I think many more cities will start to introduce them – especially where there are narrow streets. They are also a great resource for finding good local sights or places to eat.”
Time to head to Cascais
It’s Party time at Arriba by the sea.
However if you are not wearing white you are not invited. 🙂 Check out this great venue HERE.
Talking about parties
This is a fantastic venue for a party, the Adega Regional de Colares.
Some of the happy diners
Here is the room empty
A very happy gang of entrepreneurs.
Mussels look delicious
How about this steak at Gulli Mercato?
Lets not forget the Sangria.
What a fabulous room
Another unknown venue
Hamish Elton visits Portugal
Time to visit Sintra.
How about the shirt? 🙂
Meet my friend Elvish
Here is proof we did some work. 🙂
Feeling no pain after a long lunch.
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