Lots of bananas around at the moment, although for some reason most of them never get picked. No idea why not, but presumably there must be a good reason.
The greens and browns as the dry season prepares to give way to the wet season, or as it has been re-branded for tourism purposes, the ‘Green Season’.
There were also a few dragonflies about today, as well as the odd Sardinian Warbler in the undergrowth.
I did manage to get out in the bright period before the thunderstorm and I spotted these honeycombs on the underside of a palm shrub. Are the snails trying to carry one away?
I have been on a couple of little walks recently although we are now back to wind and rain, including […]
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The squirrels are racing around at the moment getting all the acorns, as are the pigeons. We had a couple […]
I had a little Sunday stroll around Moor Green – I don’t usually go there at the weekend as it […]