Thursday, August 7, 2008

Something old, something new, and lots of blue

John and I spent some time on Monday at the beautiful port in Rota. Many Spaniards were on their boats with their families, sailing, laughing, swimming.

On our way back walking up the pier, we could see our favorite lil section of Rota (the largest picture at very top of this blog) behind all the sailing masts. And behind the 1st wave of buildings, the tops of the Castillo de Luna and old Church can be seen.
We went walking around some of the winding streets looking at more places where you can see Rota's ancient history along side its present day activities.
The pink building at the end of the street is the Old Church.
John and I feel so lucky to be living here!
(see all pictures from that day HERE)


Laura said...

What fun you must have exploring such a beautiful place!

namesconnie said...

I enjoyed looking at your photos of Roto Harbor. What a great place to be at. Great photos, too. Thanks for sharing them. Sincerely, Connie

Pamela said...

*sigh* I will continue to be jealous until I get to move there!

Ryanne said...

What a beautiful place to have the chance to live. Thanks for sharing the pictures. I am a bit jealous too!

Akelamalu said...

How lucky are you living in such a beautiful place????

I just popped over from Authorblog to say congratulations on your 'Post of the Day'. :)

Crafty Green Poet said...

looks like a wonderful place to explore! Beautiful buildings and colours