Lisbon Videos: Rudderless heads to Portugal, Age of Discovery, Henry the Navigator…basically Rudderless in a nutshell. Anyways Christopher starts off with a local beer (Sagres) then takes a memorable trip in the historic yellow Tram 28.
In part 2 of Rudderless, Christopher Rudder checks out some of the sites (Monument to the Discoveries, Belem Tower, Jeronimos Monastery) and the beautiful Pena Palace in Sintra. Lastly, we end it with a beautiful fado performance and lesson by Soraia Mejdoubi and fish dinner.
I like to dream about Portugal, and it’s less easy when you are there.Maria de Medeiros
From what we’ve been told the Portuguese are know for their fish and seafood dishes. Sardines, whether fresh caught are from a can are simply the the best and staple food in many cultures. Eating Sardines while in Portugal is a must. However, they are also known for pastries and their chicken. While in Lisbon the pastries are some of the most delectable and their chicken or the way they do chicken is delectable. Be sure to try your main dishes with a little “Peetey-Peetey” (Portuguese Seasoning).
The gear used in the video(s).
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