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#Team_TICKITBOOKIT_Wish_You_All_A_Happy_Makar_Sankranti  Hope this Makar Sankranti brings to your home, rays of joy and hope. Happy Makar Sankranti 2018!  #HappyMakarSankranti #MakarSankranti #kites

Hope this Makar Sankranti brings to your home, rays of joy and hope.

Foz do Arelho beach and Obidos Lagoon - Portugal

Foz do Arelho beach and Obidos Lagoon - Portugal

Monster Waves Roll Into Nazaré, Providing Surfers With One Of The Most Dangerous Swells In Sport

The Most Fearsome Sight In World Sport

Big wave surfing is a discipline within surfing where experienced surfers paddle into or are towed onto waves which are at least 20 feet m) high, on browse boards referred to as "guns" or towboards. Sizes of the board had to effectively surf these.

Sagres, Algarve, Portugal :)

Sagres, Algarve, Portugal :)

Black-winged kites are found in the open country and semi-deserts of sub-Saharan Africa and tropical Asia with a small population in Europe (Spain and Portugal). (Shishir Saksena)

Black-winged kites are found in the open country and semi-deserts of sub-Saharan Africa and tropical Asia with a small population in Europe (Spain and Portugal).

Alana Blanchard in Azores  "Portugal is so cool"   Via PortugueseWaves.com | 10.10.2012   #Portugal #Azores

Alana Blanchard & Nikki van Dijk In The Azores: Rip Curl Pro Portugal 2012

Family-friendly: The beautiful Mareta beach in Sagres in the Algarve, Portugal

Hot sun, cool surfing. The Algarve resort even teenagers will love

12 Reasons Why Portugal Is The Best Place To Surf In The World by @mpora ! Discover this amazing country riding the best ‪waves‬, visiting the best places and tasting the best ‪‎food‬. Join us at www.ride351.com #Ride351 @visitportugal

15 Reasons Why Portugal Is The Best Place To Surf In The World

A look at Portugal's top 5 waves including Supertubos home to the Rip Curl Pro and Nazaré, the monster wave.

Ben Fogle reports on surfing in Portugal - The Telegraph 17.05.2013 | I spent a week on the Portuguese Algarve with my family. I have always had a soft spot for Portugal since I was married in the Monsaraz in the Alentejo seven years ago. We spent the week at the Martinhal hotel near Sagres on the rugged west coast, a magnet for surfers and kite surfers, with solid wind and big waves. I took my first ever surfing lesson and was hooked...

Ben Fogle's world of adventures: May 2013

Water adventures in Porto and the North of Portugal on Vimeo Via ARPT Porto e Norte With a mild climate and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, Porto is a preferred destination for those who love nature, outdoor activities and water sports. The northern region of the country has more than 100 Km of fantastic beaches bathed by the Atlantic Ocean waiting for you and beautiful river beaches worth exploring. Plan an invigorating and absolutely relaxing weekend. #Portugal

With a mild climate and hours of sunshine per year, Porto is a preferred destination for those who love nature, outdoor activities and water sports.

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