Well, OK...a tale of love - after all, I do love Mr Dunnit. A lot. Truth? Whining that I'd rather be out in the sunshine than sitting inside hemming a pair of curtains. Discovery? Once done, the curtains look great and the sun was still shining...and more love - he loves it when I stop whining.
So I thought you may like to see something of Spain in April. Look back in a handful of days if you aren't interested, turns out I took more photos than I thought. I promise, I'll only publish the vaguely interesting....probably about ten.
We cycled along an irrigation canal for a handful of miles, flat, well used and smooth road, no hassle at all compared to the 'real' roads, I can tell you! Of all the farming, it is the citrus that catches me - lovely bright colours and always against such beautiful greens..the orange trees have a particularly dark green leaf, really pretty with the burst of orange against it. The smell of the orchards was gorgeous. And you can see, with good irrigation, there's no shortage of lemons...most of these were bigger than my fist and as smooth as velvet to touch. And not one did we pinch.
I took this from a car park..must have been a golf club - it looks tended. The bougainvillea was sprouting everywhere, it must last nearly all year round in good care. You can just see the ground covered in yellow flowers..they were succulents but I know not what. And way way in the background, the tall palm trees on the edge of the beach. Really, what's not to like! Stand back then, fellow tourists..I have Roman ruins and architecture to come!