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Interview With Zara Quiroga, Author, Lisbon In 100 Bites

Posted by: Scar on Friday August 25, 2017 (07:50:00)
Zara Quiroga
Zara, tell us a bit about yourself. What does a typical day in your life look like?

I’m a Portuguese world traveler and I make a living as a travel and food writer.   more ...

Portugal

Interview With Gabrielle Collison, Author of Buying Property in Portugal

Posted by: scar on Wednesday November 18, 2015 (12:56:49)
Gabrielle Collison
Gabrielle, can you tell us something about your background and what prompted you to write "Buying Property in Portugal"?

I was born in London and attended Nonsuch High School for Girls in Cheam. Being a rather free-spirited person, and finding the constraints and curriculum of an all girls grammar school a bit too much, I left at 16 to start a job in structural engineering in London. However, I later returned to academic life and studied Sports Science at university to post-graduate level.   more ...

Portugal

Interview With Expat Author Gabrielle Collison

Posted by: scar on Thursday November 12, 2015 (16:35:59)
Gabrielle Collison
Gabrielle, please tell us a bit about yourself.

A Londoner by birth, I later moved out to Surrey where I attended Nonsuch High School for Girls in Cheam. Being a rather free-spirited person and finding the constraints and curriculum of an all girls’ grammar school a bit too much, I left at 16 (to the probable consternation of my headmistress) and started an apprenticeship in structural engineering in London.   more ...



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