Façade of the Covilhã Church in Lisbon, Portugal ~ Ceramic tiles depicting various saints, (azulejos), adorn many Portugese walls & buildings. The art of decorative tiling was introduced in Portugal by the Moors over 5 centuries ago
Alfama, Lisbon - One of the most charming neighbourhoods of Lisbon with its characteristic maze of narrow streets, where you can enjoy a variety of Fado houses, local restaurants, trendy bars and picturesque houses // Portugal
Going Home, Santorini, Greece (Fewer and fewer Greeks are using donkeys, who were the cars/trucks of the Greece I knew in the early It makes me sad to see them no longer being a major island transportation.
Mijas - white washed city above nearby Marbella. The streets are closed to automobiles, and accessible only on foot or by donkey. Attractive old street in one of the better known pueblos blancos (white towns) of Andalucia.