Meet the Samrow Family – Portugal By Depinder Samrow
Born to a father working in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and without a permanent address or office, had its perks. The biggest was getting a stature of “ World Citizen”. When I was five years old, my voyage into foreign lands began, starting with Cairo, Egypt. After living there for 4 years we came back to India for 3 but clearly the wanderlust lifestyle became my destiny and I lived in Switzerland, Philippines, Mozambique and Angola. Mozambique and Angola were for 7 years each and perhaps my love of all things Portuguese began! I have now been in Portugal for over 13 years and it truly is home. Throughout my time here, it was not only possible to stay and live among the locals but also wonderful to experience and be part of their education system, culture, food, religions, work ethics, political orientation, tolerations and intolerations, arts, sports and everything else you can imagine.
When I was five years old, my voyage into foreign lands began, starting with Cairo, Egypt.
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