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RE: Lisbon, Portugal
Truth. However, it's getting more balanced! Younger girls look MUCH better than the previous generation, my class has lots fo early 20s hotties, it's not Russia, but it's getting better! Actually Portugal is a bit like a reverse Russia. Though by now that has been greatly improved. They're still a pain in the ass but they look much better now LOL.

(05-08-2015 01:55 PM)Teedub Wrote:  Portugal dating market in pictures:

1) Jose Mourinho, highly successful football coach and good looking, stylish Portuguese man:

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2) his wife:

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I have a friend who lives there, running a fairly successful online business. He keeps pestering me to go there...but this thread makes me Shudder

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RE: Lisbon, Portugal
Some ideas for stuff to do in Lisbon.
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(05-19-2015 07:32 AM)Carlos100 Wrote:  Some ideas for stuff to do in Lisbon.

Many thanks bro, I'm actually in Lisbon soon for 36 hours.
That's a really useful little video and article.
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(05-19-2015 07:32 AM)Carlos100 Wrote:  Some ideas for stuff to do in Lisbon.

OMG...I have never seen so many lies in 6 minutes.
The only truth is in the quality of the fish and the beauty of the landscape.

Pure touristic propaganda. Still, for 36 hours is a great place to be.
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Still, I struggle to think of ANY minimally relevant touristic place who does not have "propaganda" XD

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(05-20-2015 06:09 PM)LEMONed IScream Wrote:  Still, I struggle to think of ANY minimally relevant touristic place who does not have "propaganda" XD

yeah, but this kind of stuff about Lx repulses me
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(05-20-2015 09:33 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(05-20-2015 06:09 PM)LEMONed IScream Wrote:  Still, I struggle to think of ANY minimally relevant touristic place who does not have "propaganda" XD

yeah, but this kind of stuff about Lx repulses me

Rocha, I just watched 10 seconds of the video. The first guy talking is obviously gay, so not sure if he will give us the best tips.
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(05-27-2015 07:13 PM)Frank Mackey Wrote:  
(05-20-2015 09:33 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(05-20-2015 06:09 PM)LEMONed IScream Wrote:  Still, I struggle to think of ANY minimally relevant touristic place who does not have "propaganda" XD

yeah, but this kind of stuff about Lx repulses me

Rocha, I just watched 10 seconds of the video. The first guy talking is obviously gay, so not sure if he will give us the best tips.

Yeah, all people that are talking in this video seem a little bit strange...

But for the first time I recognize that things are improving here, at least during the day. Today I had a walk and a date in the city center, just by the bullring in Campo Pequeno, and I admit there was some quality around.
05-27-2015 07:37 PM
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RE: Lisbon, Portugal
Was in Lisbon recently for a few days.
Absolutely loved it, a great city to spend a few days.
Can't speak so much about the gaming aspect as was there with my LTR but from what I could see about the locals, plenty of bangeable younger girls (25 and younger) but the quality diminished rapidly post 30, with very few dames over 30 catching my attention.
Seems to be strong social circle scene among locals but that said, they're not averse to being chatted to by outsiders.
Many tourists of varying quality, plenty of groups of Euro girls in their early/mid 20s, and some US and Asian girls, they would appear to be the best prospects for getting tail.
The food is off the scale, in terms of quality, especially when you're coming from Ireland with it's relatively poor cuisine in comparison.
The fish(fresh sardines!), olives, fresh vegetables and fruit and coffee (plus the few pasteis de nata I had as well) were truly delicious, all for 50% of what I would pay at home.
Wall to wall sunshine too, but not so hot that you get uncomfortable, perfect for a sun starved whitie like myself.
It's probably more of a city to visit with a girlfriend rather than going there to get laid, but the few tourists I mingled with were friendly, as were the local girls.
You might not score a hottie here, but there's ample amount of 6s and some 7s/8s to be had.
Not sure where I would recommend in terms of women really, but two places I really liked (with at least a 50:50 ratio of women to men) were 'Miradouro Sophia de Mello', it's a place where people gather to get a good view of the city.
A really cool, chilled out place to go at night, where they serve drinks and play some music, with the church behind providing a beautiful backdrop.
The view is special and there's plenty of young 'uns to mingle with here.
Another place I really liked was 'Casa Independente', possibly an old warehouse or something, which has been done up with vintage furniture, very very cool, good music, plenty of hipsters but 'friendly' hipsters who were open to chatting to anyone and plenty of 'normal' people here too, I walked in with my sandals and casual shirt it was all good!
If you have some hipster tendencies like myself, you'll love it, even if you don't, I'd recommend it.
If we tried this in Dublin, it'd turn into a pretentious snake pit within weeks, but in Lisbon, they pull it off effortlessly.
Definitely coming back to Lisbon next year.
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Definitely an accurate report of Lisbon and I am glad you enjoyed your stay!

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My question won't necessarily be about Lisbon but it seemed to be the most active thread about Portugal so I put it here.

I am looking for a good spot on the coast of Portugal for one week in July that would be fun, have surf and unpretencious girls regardless of nationality.

I did some research and the places that may be somewhat suitable are Peniche, Ericeira, Vila Nova de Milfontes or Sagres.

Anyone has intel on these places or can recommend something else?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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(02-27-2017 10:58 AM)Merengues Wrote:  I did some research and the places that may be somewhat suitable are Peniche, Ericeira, Vila Nova de Milfontes or Sagres.

I'd go to Peniche or Sagres. Both places have surf schools.

Near Sagres is Lagos, which is full of foreigners. Lagos is pretty and has a Mediterranean vibe. Yet, it's only a few miles away from the western coast, so you can have Atlantic swells, too. Best of both worlds.

Peniche may have more Portuguese people and less foreigners.

Ericeira is closer to Lisbon, so it should be crowded. Also, it is arguably the surf capital of Portugal, so all the pros go there.

You didn't tell us how well you surf. Beginner? Sagres. Experienced? Peniche.

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I am a beginner. Sagres then, I suppose.

Is Sagres fun by night or it is better to base myself in Lagos and commute to Sagres for surfing? Would it be convenient using public transport or car is necessary?

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(02-28-2017 05:34 AM)Merengues Wrote:  I am a beginner. Sagres then, I suppose. Is Sagres fun by night or it is better to base myself in Lagos and commute to Sagres for surfing? Would it be convenient using public transport or car is necessary?

Sagres is a historical site. Less than 2000 live in the area. You need a car to drive from Lagos to Sagres, as it's some 25 Km away.

If you don't want to rent a car, then go to Peniche instead. Peniche in July should have plenty of tourists, too.

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(02-27-2017 12:15 PM)Icarus Wrote:  
(02-27-2017 10:58 AM)Merengues Wrote:  I did some research and the places that may be somewhat suitable are Peniche, Ericeira, Vila Nova de Milfontes or Sagres.

I'd go to Peniche or Sagres. Both places have surf schools.

Near Sagres is Lagos, which is full of foreigners. Lagos is pretty and has a Mediterranean vibe. Yet, it's only a few miles away from the western coast, so you can have Atlantic swells, too. Best of both worlds.

Peniche may have more Portuguese people and less foreigners.

Ericeira is closer to Lisbon, so it should be crowded. Also, it is arguably the surf capital of Portugal, so all the pros go there.

You didn't tell us how well you surf. Beginner? Sagres. Experienced? Peniche.

Ericeira is growing on tourism matters every year. I have a home there, where I usually spend my summer (nowadays only weekends), and I can tell that the number of cute girls willing to be aproached is growing. Locals there are slutty as well, since they begin to party/fuck really soon, comparing to City girls.
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Is the Benfica area, by the stadium/zoo a decent and safe place to live?
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(06-14-2017 10:05 AM)floor7 Wrote:  Is the Benfica area, by the stadium/zoo a decent and safe place to live?

Yes. Lisbon is pretty safe anywhere, except maybe some specific neighbourhoods in Amadora or Sintra.
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(06-14-2017 10:24 AM)goncalo999 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 10:05 AM)floor7 Wrote:  Is the Benfica area, by the stadium/zoo a decent and safe place to live?

Yes. Lisbon is pretty safe anywhere, except maybe some specific neighbourhoods in Amadora or Sintra.

Thanks. A friend is looking to move and checking out apartments in that area.
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(06-14-2017 11:20 AM)floor7 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 10:24 AM)goncalo999 Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 10:05 AM)floor7 Wrote:  Is the Benfica area, by the stadium/zoo a decent and safe place to live?

Yes. Lisbon is pretty safe anywhere, except maybe some specific neighbourhoods in Amadora or Sintra.

Thanks. A friend is looking to move and checking out apartments in that area.

Tell him that Benfica is a good choice since the greatest stadium in the world is there Big Grin
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(06-14-2017 10:05 AM)floor7 Wrote:  Is the Benfica area, by the stadium/zoo a decent and safe place to live?

Safe and decent yes, but it is a sleeping area. Some malls and coffee shops around, but I find it very grim, I can not recommend it unless you own a car.

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UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe
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(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

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(06-14-2017 12:29 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

is that supposed to be an irony? I have been to two of those.. certainly way better than the UK or Portugal where most women are fat and short.
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(06-14-2017 12:31 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:29 PM)Rocha Wrote:  
(06-14-2017 12:15 PM)TigerTim Wrote:  UK, Ireland, Portugal, Greece, several areas of Italy and Spain..... definitely among the worst in europe

Ok, go to Bremen, Brussels or Frankfurt. It is lovely there.

is that supposed to be an irony? I have been to two of those.. certainly way better than the UK or Portugal where most women are fat and short.

You probably went to Alentejo then
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It's been established times and times by locals and travelers that the main problem with Portuguese women is not their appearance (plenty of cute and attractive girls), but their high bitch shields.
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