There’s no end of breathtaking sights in Portugal. Porto is a stunning city.
It was nice to see Bottlebrushes (a little of Australia) flowering in Porto.
I thought I saw another Australian sight, an emu, but upon closer inspection it is some other type of bird holding a horseshoe in its beak.
I wasn’t expecting to see a little of Belgium in Porto.
There’s also some cool tyre-art…
… what kind of art do you think is this coming up???…
Did you guess rabbit-art??!
Portugal’s university graduates have been celebrating in a lively manner and fashion for a week. There’s been lots of chanting and parading in all parts of the city at different times of the day, evening and night. Students are all dressed in black and white, some with an additional colour added to the combination. It’s really nice hearing their faculty’s and university’s songs. Some of the songs that were sang in the nearby park sounded similar to the New Zealand Haka. To me, singing is unifying, bonding and a great way to celebrate. I imagine that the University of Tasmania has a school song, but maybe not?? TasTAFE, where I currently work, doesn’t have a song. I think it is our loss. Singing a school song would be a nice addition to graduation celebrations.
There’s a lot to celebrate about this city.
Cheers for now.