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As for the more rural areas of central and northern Portugal, and the northern coastlines, it is quite rare to ﬁnd foreign property-owners, although there are a few dotted about. TYPES OF HOUSES A typical Portuguese town does not look like its equivalent in the UK, as far more people live in ﬂats, often above shops, and many in old buildings, some of W H A T T O B U Y / 35 which look quite neglected. However, the outskirts of towns often have a mix of detached houses with their own gardens, and modern apartment blocks.
In the UK, most daily papers have overseas property sections, but the main listings come out in the weekend editions. Papers like the Telegraph, Times, Daily Mail and others have property supplements, quite often with key 50 F I N D I N G Y O U R P R O P E R T Y / 51 articles about purchasing/life in featured countries, plus a wide selection of adverts from private vendors and agencies alike. The Sunday Times runs a particularly good supplement. Even if the articles are about countries other than Portugal, they are usually worth reading, as they throw light on the whole area of buying and living overseas, and may give valuable insights into what you may be about to embark on.
Industry/Economy: wine industry, canning, agriculture, shoes and cotton goods, copperwork, gold and silver, embroidery and lace. Typical food and drink: tripe, trout stuffed with ham, sausage and black puddings, Port wine, vinho verde, thick soups, feijoada bean stew, Portuguese casserole, sweet cakes, caldo verde kale soup, Monte cheese and bottled mineral water. Things to do and see: Peneda Gereˆs national park, Douro river and wine estates, tours of wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia, Bom Jesus shrine and steps, wild countryside, Mateus palace at Vila Real, coastal resorts such as Ofir, Po´voa de Varzim, Espinho.
A Call at Dawn; a Message From Our Brothers of the Planets Pluto and Jupiter by kelvin rowe