Postcards from Spain!

You must know by now that I don’t do long rambling posts, short and snappy is my philosophy!

I wanted to share our pictures from Spain but don’t want to bore anyone.

So I have made three postcards to give a snap shot and hopefully make it a bit more interesting!

Elche

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Top – Sculpture of disciples in church square.

Middle – Orange trees that lines the boulevards, tourist information office.

Bottom – Mural that adorns the old river bed and an archeological dig, randomly in the centre of the town.

Alicante

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Top – Ancient tree with massive roots next to a glorious waterfall.

Middle – The Beach and Calle San Fransisco that was lined with mushrooms, I believe it might be a public art project.

Bottom – The beautiful marina and the Basilica Santa Maria.

Oriheula Region

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Top – Beautiful flowers and palm trees

Middle – Fountain in the centre of Oriheula.

Bottom – Stunning views of the Atlas mountains from our rental property.

I hope it wasn’t too bad, thank you if you are still here ha!

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Pictures not from this weekend but weekends were definitely involved and,  I did just point and shoot!

Have a lovely day!

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17 thoughts on “Postcards from Spain!

  1. It’s not indulgent at all – it’s a lovely way to save them. I’m loving my blog more and more at the moment as I know I’m going to keep reading back my posts in years to come and it’s such a great way to hold those memories really clearly xxx

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  2. I’m a big fan of short and snappy posts with lots of pictures. I think it’s what we all like. Though your post would possibly be even better for me if your pictures were bigger as I’d love to see it all in more details and they do look so lovely.

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