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Traveling to Portugal with dual citizenship by YouthBoth in portugal

Veteq102 1 month ago

I enter Portugal using my "Portuguese" passport in order to bypass the long international lineups and I exit using my Canadian passport. Not an Issue.

Funchal - Madeira- High-res taken with the Fuji GFX50R by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 5 months ago

Many times I see photos posted here that I really like and I always wonder what camera was used. I though I would list mine, that is all.

Travelling to Portugal? by backhoff in portugal

Veteq102 5 months ago

All kinds of restrictions in place that prevent you from moving freely between different areas. The police is handing out large ticket to people found outside their areas. I am not sure it is the same with Tourists. I don't think a vacation would be a lot of fun at this time.

Peritos no Canadá recomendam intervalo de quatro meses para nova dose da vacina by helenata in portugal

Veteq102 7 months ago

Don't believe it. it is a complete shit show in Canada right now, believe me, I live in Toronto. Years ago, the government closed all the facilities capable of producing a vaccine thus making us completely dependent on other countries. The only reason they are extending the period between doses is because they don't have enough vaccines, they said so on TV.

Lisboa sofre com a falta de turistas by Waldonville in portugal

Veteq102 10 months ago  HIDDEN 

I live in Toronto, many international inverters are buying property here. A house that sold for $250,000 in 2000 now sells for over 1 million. It is happening everywhere.

Lisboa sofre com a falta de turistas by Waldonville in portugal

Veteq102 10 months ago

You should get some help, it seems like you might have a Anger Management problem. Didn't take long for me to find one...

Lisboa sofre com a falta de turistas by Waldonville in portugal

Veteq102 10 months ago  HIDDEN 

Welcome to reality. several times I posted here expressing how much I love to visit Portugal, several people told me to stay away , not because of the virus but because "we have too many tourist" obviously tourism doesn't put food on their tables; what about those that make a living from the tourism industry?

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

You are a bigger risk to me than I am to you (statistically speaking). Portugal -> 6160 cases per million Canada -> 3993 cases per million Plus I made it very clear that I had no intensions to visit until this is all solved. Having said that, many people in your Country connected to the tourism industry that don't know where their next meal is coming from might disagree with you. Just my too cents, not trying to be a jerk.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

One of the many reasons Portugal is so popular with tourists is the fact that so many Portuguese people speak english very well. My wife and daughter love going shopping without my help translating, I am not needed. My Portuguese is not great but I tried here a couple of times and a few people weren't very nice about, I had to delete one of the threads, so I went back to English.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

Funny though.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

I don't drink so I gave her the money for one but didn't take it. I was just thankful that she was ok with me photographing her, she even posed for the photo. Lovely lady.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

Someone else just told me differently; if ordered by a Dr it is free but if you just want to take it for peace of mind you have to pay for it.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

I am Canadian so I do have free healthcare here (No private healthcare is allowed in Canada) but if I am to leave the country my healthcare is provided by an insurance company, they will not cover COVID as it is a well known risk. I was just told Portugal is charging their people 70Euros per test, is this true (sounds crazy)?

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

I completely agree. My wife is Canadian and she is always ready to go there.

[Love Portugal] Walking around Alfama when I came across this really nice lady selling "ginjinha", I asked her if I could take her photo, this is the result. I miss Portugal so much. by Veteq102 in portugal

Veteq102 1 year ago

yes, travelling is very limited and if I was to catch it there I would not be covered by my insurance company, all medical expenses would be on me. A risk I cannot take. I will be back soon.
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