Yep, it's good for the soul. Your beach looks glorious. Is Bilbao a coastal city or do you have to drive some way to be at the ocean?? Beau LOVES the blue train in the sand. He is sitting on my lap and won't let me leave the page!!
P.S. I could just consult a map, that would be the intelligent thing to do!
yes, beautiful set of photos! here it got cold, we're still pretty far from beach season. looks so warm...
Te entiendo perfectamente pero como son las cosas que aqui, ya hace tanto calor que es casi imposible ir a la playa sin achicharrarse. Vivimos en el mundo al reves. La arena de las playas de Euskadi no tiene nada que envidiar a las de Florida. Que fotos mas preciosas.
Me muero por pisar esa arena, pero de momento sigue lloviendo...Un abrazo.
Nice foot...hihi...your sand is much more brownish than ours...Looks niiiiiiice...Did you step on the train too?
siii yo tambien tengo ganas de playa, la arena de Euskadi tambien se parece a la de las playas de Tarifa, que es mi pueblo materno
ahhh, the beach looks wonderful. i'm guessing you will get to go this weekend? i hope it's sunny there for you, Esti!
I <3 the train!
me too. beach hungry. i will try to get to one of the beaches here this weekend, but it might not be exactly what i have in mind as far as beaches go ;-( px
Oh, I envy you the beach :-)Did you use the train to reach the beach?
kirti, the nearest beach is 15 minute walk away. But it's not very nice, so we have a 10 minute drive to the closest nicer beach. But there are several beaches within reach around here :) We are lucky.fruenswerk, I stepped on the train... last year. Now we always carry it to the beach with us. Kids love it.esther, me encantan las playas de Cádiz. Tú sí que eres afortunada!pia, you are probably too usued to the most wonderful beaches in the world. You'll be dissapointed with most beaches in the world, ha,ha ;)andrea, we usually drive to the beach, ha, ha... it isn't that far away... :)
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