I did walk on the beach, and I waved to this camera for friends back home. The flag idea is good! I ate in that restaurant, I had cuttlefish, quite the experience.
Hi all, is possum from oz, lovely to see all your comments. I am in rural Sth Australia the Coorong. Nice to come here and see the waves etc. wish I could visit.
James..you need to put up a flag..and take it down again when you leave ..so we know your there
Wow, what a stormy day! Some of the rain drops flying by the cam looked like ice, but I'm sure they were just very large drops. The waves look neat churning over each other, as long as one is not sitting in them. :)
13.03.18. fair bit of flotsam and jetsam on the beach today!
Did you have a walk on the beach James while you were there?
Last year I rented a room in the building with the scaffolding. The owner of the apartment owns a vineyard and his sister welcomed us with a couple of bottles of his wine. Unfortunately it rained the whole time we were there. I am going back though, in just a couple of months.
The seas look rough and angry today. Ordinarily, on Sunday mornings, I see a lot of activity on the beach. Not today.
I notice it now...thanks:)
Very interesting, Massimo! Thank you for sharing! :)
Won't be to long before the beach will be full of people enjoying the water and skipping rocks:)
8mar18--After cement rendering the exterior a long dry time is needed before painting, not waiting long enough results in the white spot seen. >The fishing villages had paint schemes on their boats, sailors would then know where you were from and know that village from at sea as the village used the same colours on their homes. < That is only my understanding. I might investigate more. EnJoy EnJoy
Throughout the choppy seas the flag keeps flying.
Hi Lynnae, it's part of the Ligurian heritage, that's why all (most) the houses are painted in those colours. I'm sure that's something you will notice now :)