A group were playing some lively stuff as they walked the streets during Carnival.
The glint of sunlight caught my eye and I just thought this was an interesting arrangement, couldn’t have been much better if it had actually been set up.
And over the cobbles we go! The bridge is, however, due to be changed from cobbles to asphalt (at some stage, you know what it’s like in Spain) following a ‘popular vote’ in which 88 people participated – 77 voting for asphalt, 7 for the existing cobbles and 4 who couldn’t care less).
Another good Carnival in Nerja, the main procession taking almost a couple of hours to pass, although this year it seemed to be a bit more strung out.
Wonder if they are first-timers or regulars? Visitor numbers are starting to pick up again after the normal January lull.
It has been quite popular in other towns and cities for a while, but has only fairly recently come to Nerja. It is the ‘Bucket of Beer’.
As it was Looking Down Friday, no option but to take a few snaps in that ilk. First up is the view down to Carabeo beach in Nerja.
Certainly a healthy and eco-friendly way to get around and take a few snaps.
Two small fishing boats still survive on Calahonda beach, Nerja. The feral cats love it when the boats come in and they are suitably rewarded with scraps from the day’s catch.
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