This time we took at trip down south, to the former fishing village of Es Molinar. The weather was pretty grey and it was certainly not a day for wallowing in the waves, but the ocean is always lovely, no matter what (especially when you live in the mountains, and hardly ever see it)!
It was a Sunday and many people were strolling about, with or without dogs. Even though it’s winter (well…more like spring actually) children love playing in the sand. There was a picknick of sorts close by.
The seaside has a row of quaint little houses, although some are in need of repair…
Those birds are not real, they are part of the installation.
A pretty little lighthouse is built right on the boardwalk (stonewalk?).
Like I always say: art is everywhere to be found. And if you can’t find it – make it!
Art also comes in many different shapes and forms. Graffiti is one artform I find very tantalizing. It’s so……INYOURFACE.
We walked passed a house with many dogs. I had to stifle a giggle when I noticed the dog sitting on his pal. Never seen the likes before, talk about subduence…
Nearly every house had a banner of sorts …something about saving the port. As I understand it, the city council had plans to scrap the cute little port of Es Molinar, but thanks to the people’s uproar they’ve decided to let it be.
For example: Is the fish really important to this guy? Or is it just the peace, and being out of the wife’s way that makes his day? We shall never know.
Another cool fellow, this one is warming his tummy on the roof of a back car.
Some people know to decorate their patios. Send on the mermaids, yeayyyyyy
Stay tuned for updates. I am a lucky girl and I sure like to share it with you.