It has happened to be the busiest yet the most entertaining escapade since much-anticipated streaks of sun generously came upon us. We did everything Nadia loves the most: ran across and along the park situated just on the edges of town center which for us could easily work as forest of wonders we picked and took home, (glad that this time my footwear was running-up-and-down-the-hill friendly), ate strawberry ice cream, shouted at the top of our voices to our delight only. More than five hours of abusing the soles of our shoes but with those views we cannot possibly complain. And although we had more sun than usual we also had less of its warmth allowing wind inconveniently link its arms with ours: the closer to the sea, the tighter the hug.
Living at the seaside has got many advantages, one being endless sandpit for the little ones. So if you're not carrying a bucket and spade with you at all times, you might just as well stay at home because somehow we always end up overlooking the striking view of waves hitting solid foundations of a pier. It's the best time to unwind and recharge. And wait for the warmth from the sun to overwhelm us once again. For longer.