Author Archives: PyS
You’re mine – You’re not mine. I saw this wall painting a few yars ago in Torrevieja, and was so excited about this drawing. Coming back a couple of years later, the area proved to be locked in by a … Continue reading
Read here my report from a David’s 3 day tour to Valencia.
Having left the cold weather in the Nor(th)way, slippy roads and snow, then it’s real nice to be met with sunshine and no fear for falling due to icy steps. And I register that my body and soul is calming … Continue reading
On a stroll I can suddenly take a photo of something meaningless. This one is accompanied by some relaxed thoughts: An experienced man with grey hair he was sitting laid back in his chair when sun was at high one … Continue reading
I have a clock also showing how many steps I go by day. Those who have made the clock have probably meant that it will have a health impact. I’m going to set goals for how many steps I should, … Continue reading
. Let your thoughts fly. When I saw this I was thinking of Increasing interests. . . PS
It is some years since we last time visited Santa Pola. We found a good and big under ground parking garage, i.e. Parking de Castillo, the castle parking. Of course we had to visit the castle, and in the courtyard … Continue reading
In Torrevieja, the municipal gardener has prepared the spring in Plaza de la Constitucion. It’s nice to see spring is here.
Daya Vieja is a small town some minutes north of Torrevieja and also north of Rojales. There is a church and an interesting public watch tower in the central square.
The Audouin gull is a rare and protected species that has adopted Torrevieja. This is a visitor to Torrevieja that we want to make sure continues to feel at home. Read more on the our fauna page.
I cannot but visit the fields to find almond trees to see the wonderful flowering. Spring is here.
As promised in January, I arrived Torrevieja in early February. + 6.0 degrees in the morning 7-Feb-18. I am hoping for better times to come and I know they will.