The charming village of Monsanto, Portugal is surely a wonder to see as the quaint little town sits squeezed between giant boulders and tiny streets carved through the rocks. Voted  “the most Portuguese village in Portugal” in 1938, this town has yet changed with its unique appearance. Building restrictions have allowed it to remain as a living museum though its not easy to reach. However, the panoramic views of this majestic place definitely make it worth the trip.


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Tiffany “Tiffy” is a college graduate with a BS in magazine journalism. The freedom of expression compels her to the winds of creativity which brings her happily to Gblog”s artistic gates. Writing has always been her art, her talent, her calling. She also tutors and writes for her own blog, Heartbeat.