Sunday in Sitges

If you need a campsite at this time of the year, you can not be picky. You take the one who is open. Full and loud, but what can you do? Meanwhile, I know it was a bridge day in Spain. After the sun is gone, luckily it gets cold, the musicians and their listeners go inside in the restaurant. Now it is standable. The promenade to Sitges is full of Sunday strollers, but pedestrians, cyclists and children have no problem with each other, everyone avoids everyone. We get hold of a sun place and enjoy Spanish tapas and a beer. Some people even go into the water …

When we return to our campsite in the afternoon, the spook is over. The place is empty except for the permanent campers.

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6 thoughts on “Sunday in Sitges

  1. I have to look at the map for the way you are following…… is it along the East Coast?
    Here it’s quite cold these last days, but when there is sun it’s ok!
    I like the pigeon on the head of the sculpture… which looks a little bit like Rainer….. Ah! Ah!
    Much love
    Domy

  2. Lovely snaps and nice memories of Sitges evoked here. I have just got back from my first visit and loved it. Thanks for sharing! I am a Creative Life Coach with a poetry blog and here is the link to one of my recent poems about the sea which also includes a link to the live version which I recorded just this morning!

    https://peacockpoetryblog.wordpress.com/2019/05/14/brave-waves/

    I am also on Instagram as #coachingcreatively, let’s follow each other if you use this medium? You can also find me on Facebook under Sam Allen wearing a bright red and orange hat!

    I love connecting with fellow creatives as you can see!

    Sunny greetings from Switzerland!

    Sam 🙂

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