I like the quote. . . means I'll return!
Quite true, Africa stays in your blood for ever! Lovely restrooms, will have to pay this Cafe a visit when I go to Portugal next year.
Sounds like the owner has a special love for Africa!
Great design too!MersadMersad Donko Photography
Interesting cafe and quote!! Great shot as always, JM! Hope you have a good week ahead and that you continue to feel well!
Great quote, once you have lived in Africa there is always a tie, I hope I will also get to drink again at the fountain one day. Diane
and I will too...... SA for sure.Nice idea for this post
A pia é chic e moderna, destoa um pouco com o resto da decoraçao, mas tudo é muito bonito! :)Leia
It doesn't look very separated from the cafe. ;-)
What a great stuff!!Best regards from the Netherlands, dzjiedzjee.blogspot.com
Hard to interpret. It may suggest longing or a a damaged sense of identity. And in English, stranger still.
love the sink.
I love this african atmosphere!lovely picture you made!greetings
I have not been to Africa so don't know if it is a place I would long to return to or not.
It is true JM, there is no where quite like Africa, I loved every minute of my growing up years there.
If I ever travel to Portugal, I shall have to look through your blog and visit all those wondrous places! I shared this post with a friend, a documentary filmmaker who lost her heart in Africa (thankfully, so did her husband). She agrees with the sentiment expressed written on those tiles, of course. ;-)
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