dis ones ar bretty gud
from where I grew up
post more peaceful images
Have I scared you guys off?
All day. All time... Xpress way.. Unbelievable not?
fun fact: church in picture related is 93 metres high, but looks cozy and small
Also picture I took of that church last year, sadly shit quality. Town was comfy as fuck that day
Oh that's the Hamonika Yokocho in Noge, Yokohama.
There is also a yokocho(bystreet) of the same name in Kichijojo, Tokyo.
This is popular among young women and foreign tourists in late years.
not the other Belgianon, but is this peaceful enough
>tfw /int/ and /pol/ are the only places on 4chan that get triggered by Adventure Time
>you'll never live in a crater lake on a remote archipelago
kill me already
>i-if you watch it you're a faggot
>moe anime is fine tho
back to your cartel Jamón
too bad im on my laptop, this is all i have here. ill be lurking.
pls keep posting this is comfy
>legend says the two lakes were formed by the tears of a young princess and her shepherd lover, one green from the green eyed princess and one blue from the blue eyed shepherd
Damn, lotta backstory to that lake
Eh, also counting in the flights of course.
did you check SATA flights?
i think it depends on the island but since there's ferries between islands you can play around with that.
Plus the money is definitely worth it, ive been there 2 times and I still havent seen it all, next time i wish to go whale watching.
I think there's an azorean(?) anon here on /int/ fyi
My father always told me SATA is even worse than Ryanair, so I never took my time to look at it. I know that much of it probably can't be that true though, he already despises Azoreans for their funny accent only
Definitely worth it m8, have a good time there
is he portuguese? azorean accent is pretty funny, some villages it's impossible to understand what they say.
ive seen a few times where on the news the put subtitles when someone from the azores or madeira was talking
Roman statues put me at ease
My parents are Portuguese, I'm born in Luxembourg though. I remember some weeks ago when there were again floods destroying Azorean villages, and RTP put subtitles fucking everywhere because we couldn't understand for shit what they're saying. Since then I always say chüva/chyva instead of chuva,
Tricky question, I definitely don't see myself as part of the Portuguese nationstate. My roots certainly are Portuguese, and I still speak the language with my family and follow quite a lot of stuff from there (to the point that I'm literally drinking Compal juice right now), but I would probably consider myself both Belgian and Portuguese due tu the fact that my actual home is here, where I grew up and where my social community is. I have a mentality quite different from people living in Barbosaland and I don't have many connections either. Also despite the memes Belgians generally really like their country and their culture is extremely participative, making integration a lot more easier for foreigners compared to other countries.
tl;dr yes and no, it depends on your definition of Portuguese. I will spend a semester in Coimbra next year, and I think I'll see myself more as a foreigner there than here.
Also I want to point out how this has always been and will always be my favourite non alcoholic beverage tbf, Compal+Sumol should do some worldwide stuff.