Everybody Loves The Sunshine

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I don’t usually post on a Friday but I thought it was worth an extra quick update today just to say that this was the week the weather truly arrived here in the Algarve.

We haven’t seen a cloud all week and have really relaxed into the rhythm of the summer, which for me involves doing the bulk of my work in the morning and evening in order to have the afternoon free to enjoy the sun! This is something I think I am going to get used to.

We have been pleasantly surprised that with the low humidity, even when the thermometer has hit 30C this week it hasn’t at any point felt “too hot” for us, so we are sunnyless concerned that it will be too much for us when we get into the sweltering heat of July and August.

There have, in fact, only been two occasions so far this year when I have been uncomfortably hot. The first when I realised earlier this week that the day the temperature hits 30 degrees is not the wisest day to go on a long bike-ride, and the second on the London underground on a humid day earlier this month.

The only thing causing a slight concern is a truly shocking electricity bill that dropped onto our door-mat earlier this week. We hope very much it is an estimated reading as if it IS correct we will not be putting the air conditioning on when it does get warmer! We have tried a couple of times this week to provide a new reading but while we have three different readings on our meter, the electric company website has only one space to enter the new one – the situation is testing the limits of our Portuguese, our patience, AND Google translate.

I am pleased to see that our friends and family will be having some beautiful weather back in England this weekend. In fact our current heat-wave is due to end tomorrow and temperatures in London look like they may be better than here tomorrow and Sunday – if I listen carefully I’m sure I can hear a few of our friends chuckling about that fact!

Have a lovely, sunny weekend.

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  1. I think you ask for this once….

    A RTP vai transmitir em directo 28 jogos, entre os quais todos os da selecção de Portugal (DEVEM SER SÓ TRÊS :-)).

    São 16 da primeira fase (incluindo o jogo de abertura, jogos de Portugal e do Brasil), quatro dos oitavos-de-final, bem como os dos quartos-de -final, as meias-finais, o jogo do terceiro e quatro lugar e a final.

    A RTP vendeu 18 jogos à SIC.

    Jogos do Mundial em canal aberto
    11 de Junho
    África do Sul – México (15:oo,RTP)

    12 de Junho
    Inglaterra – Estados Unidos (19:30,RTP)

    13 de Junho
    Argélia – Eslovénia (12:30, RTP)
    Alemanha – Austrália (15:00, RTP)

    14 de Junho
    Japão – Camarões (15:00, SIC)
    Itália – Paraguai (19:30, SIC)

    15 de Junho
    Nova Zelândia – Eslováquia (12:30, SIC)
    Costa do Marfim – Portugal (15:00, RTP)
    Brasil – Coreia do Norte (19:30, SIC)

    16 de Junho
    Honduras – Chile (12:30, SIC)
    África do Sul – Uruguai (19:30, RTP)

    17 de Junho
    Argentina – Coreia do Sul (12:30, SIC)
    França – México (12:30, RTP)

    18 de Junho
    Eslovénia – EUA (15:00, SIC)
    Inglaterra – Argélia (19:30, SIC)

    19 de Junho
    Holanda – Japão (12:30, SIC)
    Gana – Austrália (15:00, SIC)

    20 de Junho
    Eslováquia – Paraguai (12:30, SIC)
    Gana – Austrália (15:00, SIC)

    21 de Junho
    Portugal – Coreia do Norte (12:30, RTP)
    Chile – Suiça (15:00, SIC)

    22 de Junho
    México – Uruguai (15:00, RTP)
    França – África do Sul (15:00, SIC)
    Nigéria – Coreia do Sul (19:30, SIC)

    23 de Junho
    EUA – Argélia (15:00, RTP)
    Austrália – (19:30, SIC)
    Gana – Alemanha (19:30, RTP)

    24 de Junho
    Paraguai – Nova Zelândia (15:00, RTP)
    Dinamarca – Japão (19:30, SIC)
    Camarões – Holanda (19:30, RTP)

    25 de Junho
    Portugal – Brasil (15:00, RTP)
    Suiça – Honduras (19:30, SIC)

    A SPORT TV será o único canal português a transmitir, de 11 de Junho a 11 de Julho, em directo, todos os 64 jogos do Campeonato do Mundo FIFA 2010 e a SPORT.TV HD a transmitir, pela primeira vez em Portugal, todos os jogos em alta definição.

    Durante a primeira fase da competição, a programação da SPORT.TV1 vai ser dedicada, exclusivamente, ao Campeonato do Mundo, desde as 9h00 até ao fim da emissão. Deste modo, a grelha de programação assumirá o aspecto a seguir descrito, salvaguardando as alterações decorrentes de factos não previsíveis a esta distância:

  2. Oooh, thank you, that is fantastic 🙂

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