This is how happy days are looking like! Sandy beach, sun, waves ans small clouds on the sky… I think palm trees are even not too much essential. Bel Ombre, Mahe Island, Seychelles.
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I have to admit that lately I am not too much active in here! But there is a reason for that… I am working on my new blog. Will be totally different story. Plus you will see me on pictures much more often. But it doesn’t mean I will stop on this blog! Photograph above : Seychelles (yeah I know this start to be boring too!) 😉
Mr. Joel. 50 years old. With warm personality. He gave to us two small banana trees for our garden. Which was very nice of him! Seychelles.
Hello New Day! Sun is waking up, strong rays are fighting our faces.
– “Do you want to take a walk with me to the leaning palm tree out there?”
– “Sure!” I replied and we went downstairs to the beach…
Praslin Island, Seychelles.
Hibiscus and small town in south of Mahe Island. We stopped over here to try yellow coconut. All houses seem to look quite the same in this village. Seychelles.
Garden in south of Mahe island. Next to the swimming pool. All Sundays could be looking like that! 😉 Seychelles.
Another street art founded in Victoria on the street. One thing is sure Seychellois people live colourful! Plus street art is in fashion 😉 Mahe Island, Seychelles.
The another fashion victim, of course in good meaning of it! I met this lovely grandma on street in Victoria. It was not possible to went near by with no looking at Her. I love this colours a lot. “Fashion fades, style goes on for ever” by Coco Chanel. Isn’t that true? Mahe Island, Seychelles.