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Moving to Lagos

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Portugal.
Subforums: Property for Sale/Rent, 2nd Hand Items for Sale/Wanted, Job Vacancies/Employment Wanted

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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 10:24 pm

We live in the Rossio de Sao Joao area. The skin centre is right in the centre of the town.

 

Timnsuzie
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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 11:32 pm

Hi, I'm a PA (24hours a day 7 days a week live in one) and the family that I work for have just bought a villa not far from Lagos. I'm left with the task of finding English speaking people for various help, if anyone knows anyone or is interested themselves in the following things I would be really grateful, all really need to be English speaking as we haven't even started the basic Potuguese lessons:
Beauty thereapist to do massages, pedicures, facials etc in the house
Handyman
Cleaner for when we are around (it's a big place and lots of friends will be coming out to stay)
Someone to look out for the place when we are not there
I would be really grateful for any help on where to look.

 

Pommiechild
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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 11:43 pm

Pommiechild here again: Can anyone recommend any good electrical shops, we need to buy everything you can think of electrical and only have about 10 days in August to do the shopping !! Also any garden furniture shops, wooden and rattan type. I wish now I hadn't offered so quickly to do the research on these.

 

Pommiechild
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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 1:03 am

There is Martins in Lagos which sell good quality electrical gear and will deliver and install. They are not cheap, but they are reliable. Address is Estrada Ponta da Piedade, Lote 27, Loja A 8600-512 Lagos. Telephone 282 762 572. If you want to drive there go on the main road into Lagos past the Intermarche and straight on until you come to a roundabout with a huge ball on it. Take the left exit, follow the road straight down and Martins is on your left on the corner.

There are places like Wortons, in Portimao which are cheaper, it all depends on what you are looking for.

Regards


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Kate

 

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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 1:28 am

Thanks Kate, just found this website today and I think it' great. This info is great and we'll have a look. We need hoovers, tv's, hairdryers, DVD players, and pretty much everything electrical in the kitchen.
DAISY

 

Pommiechild
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Re: Moving to Lagos

Post Posted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:02 pm

Hi my Name is Rudie Brits a South African guy. That now lives in Portugal, I can do all kinds of home improvement jobs.

I am easy going, will sleep on job site to get the job done and then travel home on weekends to be with my wife and boys. Smile

Places I work: Lisbon, Tomar, Torres Nova, Castanheira de Pera, Leiria basically anywhere. Idea

I can build, tile, do plumbing, new bathrooms, Kitchens, flooring all sorts, doors, weld and make gates with or without motors. You name it I can do it. My rates are €7.50per hour + petrol. I have a Huge work van so I can go with you to AKI or where ever to help you transport materials and so on. Idea what ever the job give me a call, Im sure i can!

I do a honest days work! from foundations to anything I´m your guy.

Have a Lekker Day!


My Number is: 924 293 461
Rudie Brits Very Happy

Give me a try you wont be sorry!

 

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