Thursday, 23 January 2014

Algarve Arte

We've been hanging out in the sunny Algarve for about a month now, waiting for the winter to pass.
The Laboratorio de Actividades Creativas in Lagos got us thinking about making some art and having a bit of bicycle fun. But plans have changed and we'll be cycling towards Spain soon.

The courtyard in the Centro de Ciencia Viva in Lagos would be great to do some wheely, wheely spinny things and rig up the human power fun machines.
Centro de Ciencia Viva de Lagos

 This here piece of art by Carlos was part of the amazing nativity scene by neci, a school in Luz.

There is tiles everywhere you look here in Portugal and here is a fine example of poignant imagery of the revolution. It's in Sao Teotonio, we don't know who made it but it's great! 

And here some pictures from the LAC Open Day
This one is by Jorge - Vive la Velorution!
We love bicycles!

We made friends with the wonderfull Joao and his bonecas.
He did a very funny portuguese punch and judy show with these cool puppets.
Sylvie can't stop syaing eTouro eTouro eTouro ever since...
e touro e touro!
It's not easy saying forcadores, but here they are, the guys who hold down the bull by its horns.

And here is Kevin being brave, tickling some giants.
The after-the-sneeze photo is too messy to show. We're still washing bits off of Kevin a week later.

Thank you LAC for a fun two weeks!

Next stop Barao Sao Joao and then Tavira for Valentines!

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