Its carnival time

I stood in line with hundreds from the village of Marbella, anxiously waiting for the carnival to begin, not knowing what to expect. I was told there was a carnival and that it would be worth my time. I stood around for a while, enjoying the friendliness of everyone around, despite the language barrier (yes my few words of Spanish was of no help).

Here are a few of my favorite photographs from the carnival.

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About my random musings

I am originally from South East Asia and I moved to the US about 15 years ago to follow my heart. My heart has since been broken a few times, but I continue to be on journey of trying to mend it. I could talk about running, baking or writing in a small crowd, but put me in a room full of strangers and I will be the one standing in a corner people watching. When I am not writing or running, I would be in my kitchen, flour strewn all over the kitchen counters, music playing in the background and me just rolling and folding dough, excited about what my creation will turn out to be. Besides that I love passionately, when I love, I give it my all, not always a good thing, but that is who I am. I jump both feet in and sometimes I come out with regrets but having learnt a lesson. I believe everything happens for a reason and this is my place to share bits and pieces of my life, my adventures and sometimes misadventures. Hope you enjoy reading my stories as much I enjoy sharing them with you.
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12 Responses to Its carnival time

  1. julz says:

    it looks like you had fun!

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  2. mapofjo says:

    Hi!

    I loved the images you have chosen! A great range of subject without breaking from the overall theme of the post.

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  3. T. Gaspar says:

    You must have spent a great time there! ๐Ÿ™‚
    What you think about Spain?

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  4. Of course it was on the Spanish end…they did not speak English ๐Ÿ™‚ Maybe next time I am here, they would have improved to understand me… ๐Ÿ˜€

    Like

  5. Jim says:

    Awesome pics Tania. So was the language barrier on your end or the Spanish? Lol

    Like

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