This post was supposed to be aired sooner, but we couldn’t resist to join the April fools day with a silly joke. Please forgive the most painful 30 seconds you certainly must have had lately :P If there is some lesson I learn in enrolling with Dani for this idea is that I should never (ever) dare again to act in front of a camera ;)
Thanks for coping with us! and all your nice words! Let’s move now to today’s more appealing subject: the sea!
As soon as the sun came it was gone. We have had quite low temperatures last week and my wardrobe has come back to winter times: coat, warm t-shirts underneath sweaters and wool tights. But luckily we still have to share our seaside pictures from last Poble Nou outing and I can dream with them for more sun, sea and pastel-color-everything. Oooh! those were nice days, chilly spring but without a coat in sight.
Once we arrived next to the seaside the first thing we noticed where the perfectly aligned light gray stone benches. We thought that the beach started just there, but it was not until we decided to sit down that we realized that in fact there was a 6 & a half feet gap (not likely to be jumped ;P) to reach the beach.
We walked for an hour along the seashore, finding the most beautiful turquoise bike I’ve seen in real life. We also got to discover several interesting places at the shore, want to stroll with us? We are excited to show them to you!
The grey stone benches and the 6&1/2 feet gap underneath me to get to the beach.
A beach must have its own palm woods next to it :) I find it very nice that the walk goes through them.
A stripey t-shirt and the seaside go quite well together ;)
My palm patterned dress. I would not mind having pink palms in real size at the seashore (just kidding…well…kinda…)
You can tell that the sea and salt may had some effect on the rusty bench legs.
And just around the corner a box of stairs with their own window leading to nothing more that to be a grandstand for sea watching.
…or well, jumping too!
Pretending the bike was mine :) Wouldn’t mind at all, that basket!