Lots of colorful balloons for the kiddies and not so kiddies
Food--- another reason to ditch the diet temporarily ;)
An odd man walking on the street offering a lot of things for a little something
Lots of things for the fashionista like these hand knitted shawls
and color blocked leather bracelets/bangles
Spectacular entertainment--- African music at it´s best
and fabulous street art--- freshly made.
Later during dinner with friends, I wore this:
It was a cold rainy evening and so I opted to wear my go-to jeans and a thick top and debuted my blue bowed flats which I thrifted last year.
top- Vero Moda ( 1st worn here), jeans- Zara, shoes- vintage
To cap the night, the hubz and I watched the fireworks from our bedroom window. We´re lucky that we live near the hills where they have the fireworks but quite unlucky to live far from the main part of the city where most of the fiesta activities are concentrated. Now you know why I only have a few photos to show you. hehe!
So how´s your week in there? ;)
Hugs from here,
PS: I´m off to the northwestern part of Spain for a much needed summer holiday. Will be back soon to visit your blogs and answer your e-mails. In the meantime, allow me to photograph the Rias Baixas and visit St. James of Compostela. I shall return. Promise! :)