The weather was a bit 'mixed' as we left but I decided to still take Olive and my camera with me....just in case of any photo opportunities!
After our lovely lunch, we went for a walk down to the beach next to the Balcon de Europa, which was completely empty, which is surprising as the weather had really warmed up by then. I managed to take a few photos of Olive enjoying some spring sunshine. I would have taken more but a few people started to wander our way and I still feel a bit silly, a grown woman, walking along with my doll!!
This is a tiny fisherman's cottage which is built into the cliff, right on the beach. I think it looks so cute and have always wanted to look inside....however, I expect it wouldn't live up to my expectations, I'm sure it'd be very dark and damp bearing in mind where it is located!!!
I guess it's better to imagine what it's like!
Olive also liked the little house and thought the step in front of the bright blue door, was the perfect place to catch a few rays!
And just in case you can't see her in the above photo....here she is!!!!
The little house has cute painted rock flowerbeds, just the right height for Olive!
Just like her mum, Olive loves the beach and the smell of the sea......
By the time I took these photos, Olive didn't really need her cardigan....
(cardigan by Pepita Caputo of daffodilscreations on Etsy)
By now Olive was starting to get a bit tired, it's a lot of steps down to the beach when you're that small, so she took a little rest on a rock by the edge of the shore...(dress by me, stockings from Cool Cat)
After her little rest she had a look at some old wooden fishing boats on the beach...she wasn't sure that she'd go to sea in them though....they looked a bit 'holey'!!!!!
And finally some Margaritas growing wild in the car park....
I've not heard anything more from my friend's son, so these flowers are for May, bless her heart.