So many times I’ve tried to drink peppermint in my home town. No way. It’s not for the town. It’s for hot summer weather, near the sea, with family and good friends.
It gives you sense of freshness and joy. Of course, if you know your limits.
Every weekend the camping is full of people. Everyone is in summer mood and from time to time you can feel the spirit of the biggest carnivals in the world.
That small lantern on the wall lights the way for everybody every day all the summer long.
Near to the beach there is always canes. People can use it for different purposes, but it is beautiful especially when it moves by the wind.
Having time to contemplate the nature around us we get inspiration and connection to where we belong.
One of the best things during the summer is that you have time to prepare some food, that usually you buy from the supermarkets. Those chili peppers are delicious, especially if you like spicy food.
And that is as ritual during my special summer mood. And they go perfect with the music of Red Hot Chili Peppers:)
Those little ones are growing so fast, that soon they will leave the nest. But every day their mother feed them. They wait, they open their mouths and eat. The nest became smaller as they grow and one they – very soon, they will fly away by themselves.
Hope next year they will come back and on their turn they will grow their babies.
I spend my summer in one place, as paradise for me, more than a decade. And that cactus was always there. During the years we became close friends. I have so many pictures of it, that one day I can tell its story. But today I just want to share with you the beauty of the flower. And if you can imagine the silence and the smell of the sea.
I want to thanks God for the luck to be able to contemplate that beauty.
When the wind stops you from swimming and staying on the beach, new friends appear and great conversations began.
Today I have talk on Spanish, English, Russian, French and Bulgarian, even I had a great conversations in Greek (a language which I totally don’t know except to say good morning, good evening, good night, cheers, hello, buy, yes and no) and in Italian (which I started learning on Duolingo).
So thank you to the wind for creating those amazing opportunities.