Reasons you should always read Tomorrow Magazine in Lagos

Had a quick read of Tomorrow Magazines April edition as always some great articles.

One, in particular, caught my eye written by Stephanie Ginger was titled “Filming by the seat of your pants” Basically it about a film been shot in the Algarve in 6 days on a low budget.   You losing interest already don’t blame you but the article is worth a read.

The film is been made by an international crew that in the past have received awards for their efforts.  Their first film “Second Honeymoon” was also shot in Portugal and got a special “Maverick award at the Flyway Film Festival in the US last year.

Stephine call on the set at Ponta Ruvia which is a remote beach in the extreme west of the Algarve.   Interesting enough I know of some wonderful Algarve Villas  in the area. A Huge amount of Holiday Rentals to choose. She saw exactly what filming in a location like this in entails.  Keep up a copy of Tomorrow today.

Another interesting article is by Pat Allen .   It outlines how Tomorrow has succeeded in collecting €33,000 to replace the old ambulance at Lagos Bombeiros.  The old ambulance was 19 years old and had 600,000 km on its clock.  In the past 7 years, the article states it averaged 3000 health and emergency calls last year.

The new Ambulance is going to be a top of the range Mercedes.   Fully equipped with life-saving modern technology.   Lagos Camara has also stepped up to the mark and supplied a much needed A1 Emergency also fully equipped to deal with any emergency.  The cost of this ambulance is €60,000 and it brings the total fleet to 20 vehicles which are great for Lagos and the surrounding areas.

Many apartments to rent in Lagos that are 3rd, 4th and 5th floors so Bombeiros need modern equipment.   Also, many fires occur in surrounding areas where some luxury Lagos villas  are located

Tags :  apartment to rent in Lagos, Lagos villas, Algarve villas,. Tomorrow,

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