Wild beaches? Yess!

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EN: I used to see amazing pictures taken on empty beaches and I always wondered if I will ever walk on one of them. My dream came true in Miramar, a small village near Porto, Portugal. There I’ve seen a true stretch of wild beaches.

It had rocks and fine sand, a turbulent ocean during the flow, and such a quite landscape during the reflux, a sunset which left me speechless and an outdoor pool just 50yds away from the ocean. I was walking on a narrow wood seafront in a one piece Swimsuit and sport shoes, with my wavy dark blonde hair flowing down my shoulders feeling like I was in heaven.

It was the most incredible place I’ve ever seen and it gave me the best vibe I’ve ever felt. If you are going to Porto, all you have to do is take the train from the famous Sao Bento Tran Station and you will get there in about 30 minutes.

RO: Obisnuiam sa vad poze suberbe facute pe niste plaje pustii si ma intrebat daca voi ajunge sa ma plimb vreodata pe una dintre acestia. Visul meu a devenit realitate in Miramar, un mic sat in apropiere de Porto, Portugalia. Acolo nu am vazut una, ci o multime de plaje pustii.

Aveau stanci si nisip fin, un ocean agitat in timpul fluxului si un peisaj atat de linistit in timpul refluxului. Un apus pentru care nu am cuvinte si o piscina in aer liber la mai putin de 100m de ocean. M-am plimbat pe o faleza ingusta de lemn intr-un costum de baie intreg si adidasi, cu parul lasat pe spate si simtindu-ma de parca am ajuns in rai.

A fost cel mai frumos loc pe care l-am vazut pana atunci si mi-a transmis cea mai profunda stare de bine pe care am simtit-o vreodata. Daca vei merge in Porto, tot ce trebuie sa faci este sa iei trenul de la gara Sao Bento si in aproximativ 30 de minute vei ajunge intr-un loc de vis.

Sper ca vei gasi acest loc la fel de superb cum l-am gasit si eu!


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  1. Definition of a mile away in the Idioms Dictionary. a mile away phrase. What does a mile away expression mean? My landlady told me it was better than half a mile away , and “nothing when you get there; no shop; no post-office; not even a public – house.

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