Was this in a flea market? You don't use those there do you?
No, Tanya, we don't have them here :-) This is the 1st rickshaw I've seen in Portugal, that's why I find it funny. Rickshaws are used in many asian countries and that's a great way to know the cities. I allways do that when I'm there! :-)It's not a flee market, but a shop that sells furniture and decoration items from Southeast Asia just outside my door.
OH heck JM. I was going to suggest you buy it and then I would zip over to see you and you could peddle me all around your beautiful city! HAPS Could you tell me where to find that accent mark on the darn French keyboard? Grrrrr!
Very cool. You have some good lighting in this shot. I agree with Virginia, you could make rickshawing your second career. Haha. I wonder if someone will buy it.
Fantastic! 599 euro with a driver? I take it! :D
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Fantastic!I love those narrow frames.
A rickshaw in Portugal did seem odd! I'm glad I read the comments. It explains the price, which seems a bit high. It's a nice rickshaw, as far as I can tell. If you'll shuttle Virginia around town, I'll buy it for you.
Is there a second smaller cycle that comes with it?I wonder if anyone will buy it...
LOL!!!Virginia, gladly Oeiras is almost flat, but in what concerns Lisbon, we'll do it the old fashion way, on the city tour buses and trams! :-)Fio, I'm afraid the driver is not included on the price! :-)Jessica, with the tip you gave me, you've just made me save a lot of money on gyms! :-)Petrea, you can start signing the cheque! :-)Just to see people staring faces it would be worth it! LOL!
My WT was peddled around in a rickshaw in China. This one is a beauty! I'd love to have it!
I couldn't begin to imagine what a rickshaw was doing in Portugal, but then again, I don't live there so how would I know. I've seen pictures of the New York City version of a rickshaw and the drivers look pretty fit. I wonder if they ever get scared. Maybe you could start a new business in Oeiras?
I did not have any idea that rickshaws are also available in Portugal...
There have something similar but SMALLER in Paris. How crazy would you have to be to ride or drive one of those in the craziness of Paris traffic. I closed my eyes. I couldn't look. JM, I am holding you to it. As soon as you get Petrea's check, let me know!V
Virginia, it's okay to close your eyes. It's even okay to hold JM to it. But I don't recommend holding your breath!
Deal, Virginia! :-)Petrea, that's a wise advice! :-)
Now that's what I'd call eco driving! Wouldn't try it in our winter though... ;)
That is so cool! I guess the tiny bike along side it is included as a bonus?
Hi JM - I so love this!!!! That rickshaw driver must have been fit to get all the way to Portugal - wonder how much he charged the guy?????
Z and Susie, I have no idea if the mini bike is a bonus... or not! :-)
I would buy it right now, if I had the money...
Love your beautiful blogs ... and this enchanting rickshaw! I know it would love to live with my bamboo bicycle ... . which occasionally rests in my house as an amusing sculpture. . . Judith
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