Sunday, November 04, 2007

The Andalucia Slideshow


Created with Admarket's flickrSLiDR.

12 comments:

Princesse Ecossaise said...

Oh Lesley, these holiday snaps are lovely...the scenery is breathtaking and you and the kids look really happy and relaxed, what more can you ask for on holiday?! (Oh and the food....I'm still drooling!)

Anonymous said...

Ditto. It looks fabulous and I must say you look pretty relaxed on that sunlounger. I love the scenery and the north african architecture. Fantastic :-)

Sarah

Lesley said...

Thanks Princesse Ecossaise and Sarah,I sometimes feel like on of those terrible bores who pulls out the screen and the projector to show you his 56305 holiday slides, with detailed commentaries on the day they were taken, the weather conditions and the history of the place you're looking at in catatonic boredom. Just in case anyone is wondering why they can't see me lolling in all my flabby glory on that sunbed, you have to be logged into flickr and one of my contacts. So now you know.

deborah said...

No comparison, Lesley, with the holiday-photo enthusiasists who give harmless commentaries. With the internet one can sit back and enjoy the show while eating a whole bar of Cadbury"s fruit and nut .... and without having to give appreciative grunts all the time.
My prize goes to the photo of the tiles. That's what I want in my garden (plus a fountain and pomegranate tree).

spentrails said...

Lush, lush, lush. What a good idea to go somewhere sunny, warm and passionate at this time of year.

It's not boring AT ALL. Certainly looks like you've enjoyed yourselves greatly.

meredic said...

Hmm ...quite envious!

Jonathan said...

Lovely photos. Will you share the address?

MollyB, Bloggerin said...

OMG - in response to your comment on Christina's blog about canoeing. Just OMG, blast from the past. My parents used to offer canoe trips for married couples. They said that canoeing was the most efficient way they knew to bring conflict styles to the surface. Which they then worked on during breaks ashore.

Unfortunately, I used that as my standard and discovered the hard way that there are forms of conflict that canoeing doesn't even touch ...

Lesley said...

Jonathan: Sure, here's the villa we stayed in http://www.salobrenaholidays.com/

mollyb: "conflict styles"! Ha! Sulking, shouting, questioning the other's familiarity with right and left, blaming the other for the third capsize of the day, need I continue?

Lucy said...

Some really delicious ones here and previously; get that sunshine!
and the food...

MyGoodFinds said...

You have such amazing photos! Where is that place? Tuscany? It looks like heaven!

susiej said...

I'm drooling with envy here in bleak winterland. Fabulous!!