50 minutes | Feb 8, 2021

Bringing smiles to hospitals in Portugal

"Portugal - The simple life”, an insider's perspective to Portugal.    

This week, Dylan is joined by Isabel Rosado. Isabel is president of an incredible organisation Palhaços d’Opital and the first of it’s kind in Europe. Palhaços d’Opital is a group of clown doctors who along side some of Portugal’s biggest hospitals, visiting the elderly and bring joy, happiness and smiles to their lives. They discuss, amongst other things, the culture of caring in Portugal and how we leave nobody behind. 

We already know about Portugal’s amazing weather, food and people. In this podcast we go deeper and meet the real people who make this country so wonderful. 

Dylan, who has made his life in Portugal shares an insiders perspective into what makes Portugal the unique, beautiful and amazing country that it is. Join him and his guests every week as they shed some light on the incredible people, culture, history and lifestyle that makes Portugal so appealing. A country where everyone feels like they belong. 

This podcast is sponsored by Portugal Realty, welcome to the simple life!


Follow and support Palhaços d’Opital: 

Palhaços d’Opital website

Palhaços d’Opital on Instagram

Palhaços d’Opital on Youtube

Palhaços d’Opital on Facebook


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Our website: https://www.portugal-the-simple-life.com , and we'd really appreciate it if you could follow and share our social media pages:

Portugal The Simple Life Facebook Page

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Our sponsor: 

Portugal Realty Facebook Page  

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If you’d like to get in touch or share your own experience about Portugal, we’d also love to hear from you!

- Tel.: (+351) 262 980 576

- Email: ola@portugal-the-simple-life.com

- WhatsApp: (+351) 910 571 613

Thank you so much for listening, or as we say here in Portugal, “Muito Obrigado!".

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